I'm Adam Savage - And I'm Jamie Hyneman.
We are at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
You don't have to be a tech geek
to appreciate the shrine to the technology age.
This is the perfect place to remember one of its founding gurus.
Because it would look a whole lot different around here if Steve Jobs hadn't been around.
We're going to look at Steve Jobs' legacy both in terms of things and ideas.
Ideas that will spur innovation far into the future.
And his big idea?
Right from the very beginning,
was to change everything!
Do you have to be a difficult person,
a tough person to be a genius?
I don't know the answer to that.
He was very dictatorial. He was very tough.
He had a very clear sense of his own guts, his own instinct.
He was abrasive. He was brash.
He thought he knew everything.
But the product he created were not elitist
even though they were super cool.
All around the world people love these products.
What did Frank Perdue say: "It takes a tough band to make a tender bird."
Say what you want,
but Steve Jobs was "The Guy"
who envisioned a computer on every desk,
an earbud in every ear,
and a device that would take multitasking to a whole new level.
He didn't just envision.
He made it happen!