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This source was used for an image seen on Macintosh computers. We chose this
picture, as we felt that it properly reflected the feeling that one would expect when using an
Apple product. The picture of the galaxy can be seen for each header picture.
Eadicicco, Lisa. "One Of Apple's Earliest Employees Describes The First Time Steve Jobs Met
His Genius Cofounder Steve Wozniak." Business Insider. Business Insider, Inc, 8 Dec. 2014.
Web. 13 Dec. 2015.
We used this source for an image of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak sitting together. The
picture is located under a slideshow in the Overview page. By using this photo, we figured that
the viewer could understand the time period that Jobs and Wozniak lived in.
"Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak with the Apple I and the Apple IIc Computers." Steve Jobs and
Steve Wozniak with the Apple I and the Apple IIc Computers. Web. 13 Dec. 2015.
This source provided us with a photograph of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak posing
behind the first Apple I computer and an Apple II computer. We were able to use this picture on
our Overview page to give an introductory insight into the early years of Apple Inc. and where
Jobs and Wozniak first started in their computer development.
"Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs Jammers, Phreakers." Adafruit Industries Makers Hackers
Artists Designers and Engineers. 7 Apr. 2010. Web. 13 Dec. 2015.
We used this source to provide an image for the website under the Developing Interests
tab. We chose this image to enhance the overall look of the section, as well as to exemplify to
viewers as to what Jobs and Wozniak looked like when they did business together.
"Steve Wozniak Quotes - CelebrityTypes.com." Steve Wozniak Quotes - CelebrityTypes.com.
Web. 13 Dec. 2015.
We used this source to acquire numerous photographs of Steve Wozniak when he was
in high school and during his early years at Apple with Steve Jobs. These first-hand
photographs helped us to develop our Overview and Early Life pages by allowing us to reveal to
the audience what Apple Inc. was like when it was just erected by Wozniak and Jobs in the late
20th century.
"CHM Revolution." Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak with the Apple-1 Computer -. Web. 13 Dec.
2015.
This source provided us with very valuable pictures of Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak
working on early prototypes of the first Apple computers shortly after Wozniak and Jobs founded
Apple in 1976. We were able to use these photographs in our Overview page to give a glimpse
into the following pages of the website that deal with the emergence of Apple after Jobs and
Wozniak dropped out of college.

"Jammin' with The Woz - Coloradan Magazine." Coloradan Magazine. 1 Mar. 2011. Web. 13
Dec. 2015.
We picked this source for a picture of Steve Wozniak, which we used under the Family
tab, and we insisted upon using this image, as we felt it proper to demonstrate Wozniaks
appearance and personality while he worked.
"Steve Wozniak Talks about Steve Jobs, the Early Days of Apple and More in New Interview."
IPhone Hacks 1 IPhone IPad IOS Blog. 4 Dec. 2014. Web. 13 Dec. 2015.
From this source, we were able to find a very useful image of Steve Wozniak holding
one of the early Apple II models that he and Steve Jobs developed and produced. We were able
to use this image in our Successes tab for our website, adding to the fact that the Apple II
computers successful sales was what really kickstarted Jobs and Wozniaks computer venture
into a multi-million dollar company.
"A Long and Wonderful Career of Steve Jobs." The Fab Web. Web. 13 Dec. 2015.
We utilized this source to locate a picture for our website under the Rise of Apple tab.
This picture, we felt, really shows the great times that Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs had
together as they were working on building computers.
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Oct. 2011. Web. 13 Dec. 2015.
This source was used for its sound clips of Steve Jobs speaking to an audience or
interviewer under various tabs located throughout the website. By using this source, we
recognized that Jobs business-like personality would be best demonstrated to viewers.
"Macintosh 512Ke." Shrine of Apple Macintosh 512Ke Comments. Web. 13 Dec. 2015.
This source provided us with an image of the first Macintosh computer that was released
by Apple in 1984. We were able to utilize this picture in under our Development page in the
Apples Legacy: the Macintosh tab to give a clear visual of what the highly esteemed
Macintosh computer of 1984 looked like.
Bio.com. A&E Networks Television. Web. 13 Dec. 2015.
We used this source to obtain information about the early lives of both Steve Jobs and
Steve Wozniak for use under the Early Life tab. This was a very informative and useful link,
providing us with not only information for our own website, but also providing us with knowledge
we had not known previously.

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Version: 2012-Mar-19) Download, Licenses, Vulnerabilities, Source Repositories. Web. 13 Dec.
2015.
This source provided us with an image of the original trademark Apple logo that the
company used during the 1980s. We were able to use this image as the favicon for our Weebly
website.

Collins, Laura. "Revealed: LSD, a Zen Master's Indecent Offer, Sublime Sex and Inhuman
Cruelty - Searing New Book by the Mother of Steve Jobs's First Child Lays Bare the Sordid
Truth of Life with the Apple Boss." Mail Online. Associated Newspapers, 29 Oct. 2013. Web. 13
Dec. 2015.
This source provided us with rare images of Steve Jobs as a teenager and young man
before he started Apple Inc. with Steve Wozniak and shortly after Apple Computers was first
founded in 1976. We were able to use the images from this source in the Early Life page of our
website as well as in various other pages of our website, allowing us to provide clear visuals to
accompany and enhance the informational text about the early life of Steve Jobs and the early
years of Apple Computers in the late 20th century.