I'm shocked that the Woz was willing to have anything to do with this movie. It made me lose whatever respect I once had for him.
Wozniak was consulted for the film (before it was filmed). He never saw it as it was being made, and didn't know the tenor of it. I posted this link in the other "Steve Jobs" movie story, but this is an interesting interview with Woz:
He loved the movie as an artistic production, but then says it's totally not true, and expands more on that. I had thought of Woz negatively, but after seeing this interview I got to like him. He's not dogmatic, not political, not corporate, and doesn't think negatively about Jobs or anyone else (contrary to how he's usually portrayed, as Jobs's victim).
Welcome to AI, Terry.
FWIW, your "copy/paste" post would seem a lot less "copy/paste" if you fixed the Unicode characters, specifically the typographic (open/close) quotation marks and typographic apostrophes, etc. highlighted in red.
Nice to be here. Thanks for the pointer about formatting. I was horrified when I first posted it haha. That's what I get for using Notes...
I lost respect for Woz a long, long time ago- around the time he started bashing Apple and constantly shilling for Android.