Om Malik quotes former Apple exec Jean-Louis Gassée on the first time he met Steve Jobs:
“When I first met Steve, in February 1981, he was sitting cross-legged on a credenza in the Apple board room, picking his toes. Since then I’ve watched with glee as he went against received wisdom, causing pundits to have fits at every turn. I picture them as a gaggle of eunuchs standing around the caliph’s bed, braying in high-pitched voice: ‘Steve, you’re doing it wrong!’”
Picking his toes? There’s a way to do that wrong?