Raskin had one problem: Jobs regarded him as an insufferable theorist or, to use Jobs鈥檚 own more precise terminology, 鈥渁 shithead who sucks.鈥?So Raskin enlisted his friend Atkinson, who fell on the other side of Jobs鈥檚 shithead/genius division of the world, to convince Jobs to take an interest in what was happening at Xerox PARC. What Raskin didn鈥檛 know was that Jobs was working on a more complex deal. Xerox鈥檚 venture capital division wanted to be part of the second round of Apple financing during the summer of 1979. Jobs made an offer: 鈥淚 will let you invest a million dollars in Apple if you will open the kimono at PARC.鈥?Xerox accepted. It agreed to show Apple its new technology and in return got to buy 100,000 shares at about $10 each. He turned on her almost fiercely, his lips curled back from his teeth in a sneer. Wei-shang Mau said to Confucius, 鈥淐h鈥檌u, how is it that you keep roosting about? Is it not that you are an insinuating talker? 97色伦图片 97色伦图片影院 97色色 97色伦图片在线影院 In the last week of the month, Paul Begala announced his departure from the White House. I had relished having Paul there, because he had been with me since New Hampshire and he was smart, funny, combative, and effective. He also had small children who deserved more time with their father. Paul had stuck with me through the impeachment battle; now he needed to leave. When they finished talking, it was close to midnight. 鈥淭his has been one of the most exciting evenings in my whole life,鈥?Jobs said as Sculley walked him back to the Carlyle. 鈥淚 can鈥檛 tell you how much fun I鈥檝e had.鈥?When he finally got home to Greenwich, Connecticut, that night, Sculley had trouble sleeping. Engaging with Jobs was a lot more fun than negotiating with bottlers. 鈥淚t stimulated me, roused my long-held desire to be an architect of ideas,鈥?he later noted. The next morning Roche called Sculley. 鈥淚 don鈥檛 know what you guys did last night, but let me tell you, Steve Jobs is ecstatic,鈥?he said.