The house of the early Steve Jobs, inventor of the revolutionary Macintosh computer is up for consideration as a historic site. The house in Los Altos California is the place where Jobs and friend and colleague Steve Woznaik created the first 50 mac computers. The pair first sold the computers in local electronic stories for $500 dollars a piece and then went on to found a computer empire with the design.
Jobs became a pivotal figure in the age of computers contributing to the invention of the ipod, ipad, iphone and many other devices. To read the full story about the house's status as a landmark visit CNN.com and to view pictures of the early Job and his humble beginnings go to sciencesource.com.