Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak still has a vision of how computers can continue to impact everyday life, and can't see anything socially negative about computers.
"When will I be able to walk into your house, turn on my computer and see a list of the Hi-Fis I could send my audio to and the TVs I could send my video to? That'll happen," he told the report.
He reveals a continuing good relationship with Jobs, and dismisses the latter's refusal to write a foreword for his book as not a problem.
"I don't want to put pressure on someone like Jobs, because he's being hit by a thousand people a day putting pressure on him to do their thing," he said.