Apple was now a real company, with a dozen employees, a line of credit, and the daily pressures that can come from customers and suppliers.
It had even moved out of the Jobses' garage, finally, into a rented office on Stevens Creek Boulevard in Cupertino, about a mile from where Jobs and Wozniak went to high school.
Jobs did not wear his growing responsibilities gracefully. He had always been temperamental and bratty.
At Atari his behavior had caused him to be banished to the night shift, but at Apple that was not possible.
"He became increasingly tyrannical and sharp in his criticism," according to Markkula.
"He would tell people, 'That design looks like shit.'"
He was particularly rough on Wozniak's young programmers, Randy Wigginton and Chris Espinosa.
"Steve would come in, take a quick look at what I had done, and tell me it was shit without having any idea what it was or why I had done it," said Wigginton, who was just out of high school.
There was also the issue of his hygiene.
He was still convinced, against all evidence, that his vegan diets meant that he didn't need to use a deodorant or take regular showers.
"We would have to literally put him out the door and tell him to go take a shower," said Markkula.
"At meetings we had to look at his dirty feet."
Sometimes, to relieve stress, he would soak his feet in the toilet, a practice that was not as soothing for his colleagues.
Markkula was averse to confrontation, so he decided to bring in a president, Mike Scott, to keep a tighter rein on Jobs.
Markkula and Scott had joined Fairchild on the same day in 1967, had adjoining offices, and shared the same birthday, which they celebrated together each year.
At their birthday lunch in February 1977, when Scott was turning thirty-two, Markkula invited him to become Apple's new president.
1.a line of 一连串
例句：A line of fans wound its way around the top floor of the Beverly Center, a shopping mall close to the heart of Los Angeles.
2.move out of 搬出
例句：Otherwise, he might as well move out of the White House, and hand the keys over to the Tea Party.
3.be banished to 被...赶出
例句：I am willing to be banished to the horizon you
4.be averse to 不愿意
例句：He seems to be averse to hard work.