Atari’s Star Trek game were “1. Insert quarter. 2. Avoid Klingons.”
Note: I love this.
first encounter with someone who I knew was gay,” Jobs recalled.
Note: I just read the entire autobiography by Wayne and there's no mention of this. Obvious in retrospect.
In order to institutionalize the lessons that he and his team were learning, Jobs started an in-house center called Apple University. He hired Joel Podolny, who was dean of the Yale School of Management, to compile a series of case studies analyzing important decisions the company had made, including the switch to the Intel microprocessor and the decision to open the Apple Stores. Top executives spent time teaching the cases to new employees, so that the Apple style of decision making would be embedded in the culture.
Note: Jobs implemented an Apple U and had cases built & taught by top execs