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Carmack says he helped convince Jobs to use OpenGL on Mac

12 days ago   |   By Ars Technica

How could you say Steve Jobs is not a gamer? Look at that Atari joystick he's holding!
When John Carmack talks publicly these days, he's usually focused on intricate technical matters , the blue-sky potential of virtual reality , or occasionally business-focused lawsuits. So when the Doom co-creator and Oculus CTO used a lengthy Facebook post to open up about his memories of Apple's late CEO Steve Jobs, it provided an interesting and rare look into two enigmatic tech luminaries.
Carmack leads off by recalling his fondness for Jobs' expensive NeXT workstations , mentioning a failed...
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