Murray was worried that Jobs was so despondent he might do something rash, so he called back.
There was no answer, so he drove to Woodside.
No one came to the door when he knocked,
so he went around back and climbed up some exterior steps and looked in the bedroom.
Jobs was lying there on a mattress in his unfurnished room.
He let Murray in and they talked until almost dawn.
Wednesday, May 29: Jobs finally got hold of a tape of Patton,
which he watched Wednesday evening, but Murray prevented him from getting stoked up for another battle.
Instead he urged Jobs to come in on Friday for Sculley's announcement of the reorganization plan.
There was no option left other than to play the good soldier rather than the renegade commander.