Jobs’s primary test for recruiting people in the spring of 1981 to be part of his merry band of pirates was making sure they had a passion for the product,” Isaacson wrote. “He would sometimes bring candidates into a room where a prototype of the Mac was covered by a cloth, dramatically unveil it, and watch. ‘If their eyes lit up, if they went right for the mouse and started pointing and clicking, Steve would smile and hire them,’ recalled Andrea Cunningham. ‘He wanted them to say ‘Wow!’

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