Business cards used to be simpler, and even Steve Jobs used to have one. This comes straight from the 1979 archives, discovered by a couple of techies somewhere in California.
Mozilla Labs director and tech-enthusiast Pascal Finette photographed Jobs’ groovy card after a colleague brought it into the office. According to Finette, Apple still uses the phone number seen on the card, but don’t give it a ring thinking you’ll get a direct line to Steve.
I can confirm that number is still active, but it's definitely not Steve's number anymore. As Finette also reports (but you can't notice by the photo), Steve wanted an embossed Apple logo in the business cards.
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