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Atari's Nolan Bushnell: "I started tinkering in third grade and never stopped"

Atari's Nolan Bushnell: "I started tinkering in third grade and never stopped"

Update: 2019-11-021
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The Sunday Times’ tech correspondent Danny Fortson brings on Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari, to talk about growing up in Utah (0:45 ), setting up his first business at age 10 (3:00 ), managing the games department (4:20 ), coming to Silicon Valley (7:10 ), working at Ampex (8:30 ), playing Space War (9:30 ), starting a gaming company with $500 (12:30 ), creating Pong (16:20 ), running on a shoestring (19:15 ), selling to Warner (23:30 ), the Atari culture (24:40 ), hiring Steve Jobs (27:00 ), making more than all of Hollywood combined (32:00 ), turning down an offer to be the first investor in Apple (34:40 ), his worst day of work (38:15 ), why the tech industry took root in Silicon Valley (39:00 ), why he’s excited about tech in 2019 (41:00 ), his other ventures (45:20 ), what Steve Jobs got right (48:25 ).

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Atari's Nolan Bushnell: "I started tinkering in third grade and never stopped"

Atari's Nolan Bushnell: "I started tinkering in third grade and never stopped"