Now that you've done that, let me tell you a story.
I met Steve Jobs many, many times. I know a lot of folks who knew Jobs, and a couple of people who were at the famous 25 hour meeting where Jobs was fired. The story of Apple at a turning point is fascinating, and the film that Junk Food Films, who did the fantastic Easy to Learn, Hard to Master documentary, is trying to get funded, is going to tell that story in a way that examines the single most important people to that moment... well, except for the late Steve Jobs.
The fact is, Apple is a company that has struggled at times, and then rose up to the pinnacle of American (and world-wide) business. The moment that Jobs was fired was a huge moment, as it represented the transistion from Apple being the home-spun, still somewhat fan-run company, to an American Business, with an American Business CEO. It was the loss of an identity that tied it to the days of the Homebrew. That represneted the end of that era as the dominant phase of Silicon Valley microcomputing. Most of the CP/M S-100-based computer companies were either dead or slowly dying, and the ones like Atari were so far removed from what they had been.
Go to https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/8bitgeneration/firing-steve-jobs and think about supporting them bringing their vision to the screen!