Meeting the Woz-Co Founder of Apple

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On May 5th, 2012 I experienced a WOW opportunity. I had the extreme pleasure of meeting Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple Inc. and the technological brains behind the company’s success as he invented the Apple I and the Apple II. He said his first invention was a device that could make three free phone calls to anywhere in the world and his first app was a visual spreadsheet program. He talked about meeting Steve Jobs in high school and becoming friends when Jobs took a summer job working at Hewlett Packard where Steve Wozniak already worked. He said he loved working there. He told the story of building the first prototypes in Jobs’ bedroom and garage, stating his own apartment was filled with monitors, electronic devices, and some computer games he had developed. He talked about starting university...

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WOWs in Nature-Clouds

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Nature is one of the Wealth of WOW categories and I have located several WOW cloud formations and taken pictures of a few of my own in order to share these nature WOWs with you. The talk of clouds brings back memories from several eras of my life. As a child and during long car trips my siblings and I would look up in the sky and see what we could see in the clouds. Then we would try to talk each other into envisioning what we saw…describing in great detail the tail and the head and the eyes, yes they were lopsided, but yes there were two of them. Often it was a stretch to say the least…LOL! It did however keep us occupied and in a creative way, and our appreciation of nature was real. Years later...

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Travel Destinations

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Considered one of the most beautiful cave networks in the world, one of the places on my bucket list is called Marble Cathedral.  The lake has two names as it is shared by two countries… General Carrera (Chilean side) or Lake Buenos Aires (Argentine side) is lake located in Patagonia and shared by Chile and Argentina.  To visit the lake, visitors must fly from the capital  Santiago, 800 miles to the next nearest large city, Coyhaique, and then drive on challenging dirt roads 200 miles south to the lake.  Those who have made the journey though, believe the light show caused by the reflection of the azure water on the marble walls is unparalleled anywhere else in the world. Originally great ice-fields blocked the  western end of the lake – today its glacier-fed waters drain into the Pacific  Ocean.  The lake is of  glacial origin and is...

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