As a teenager, Steve Jobs called the Vatican to speak to the pope, says a new biography on the late Apple co-creator.
CNN has posted excerpts from the Walter Isaacson's new biography on Steve Jobs:
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Jobs and Wozniak built a "Blue Box," a device that allowed them to make long-distance calls for free by fooling the networks' routing switches. The two pranksters used the box to call the Vatican, with Wozniak pretending to be Henry Kissinger and asking to speak to the pope. They spoke to several Vatican officials but never actually got the pope on the line.