Jobs Boyhood Home Up For Historical Designation

The Los Altos, California Historical Commission will consider designating Steve Jobs’s boyhood home an historic location:

The location has significant historical value as it was in the attached garage that Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak assembled the first 50 Apple 1 computers. Nine months later, Apple Computer, Inc. was created and the company moved to its present-day hometown of Cupertino. The rest, as they say, is history.

If the designation goes through, it offers hope that the house might be turned into a museum chronicling the early history of the  revolutionary company - and which would naturally have to include a gift shop with a “Genius Bar.”

(Via TechSpot. Photo via Google Street View.)

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