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With demolition, Apple chief makes way for house 2.0

from The New York Times

There may not be an app for it, but Steve Jobs did have a permit. And with that, his epic battle to tear down his own house is finally over. For the better part of the last decade, Mr. Jobs, the co-founder and chief executive of Apple, has been trying to demolish a sprawling, Spanish-style mansion he owns in Woodside, Calif., a tony and techie enclave some 30 miles south of San Francisco. His efforts, however, had been delayed by legal challenges and cries for preservation of the so-called Jackling House, which was built in the 1920s for another successful industrialist: Daniel Jackling, whose money was in copper, not silicon. more

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