The Apple co-founder saw Mike Daisey's The Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs and was "moved to tears," according to The Bay Citizen::


THE BAY CITIZEN: I am eager to get your impression of Mike Daisey’s show at Berkeley Rep. As you know, it’s kicked up a lot of debate in the Mac community. On Cult of Mac, editor Leander Kahney urged Mac “fanboys” to see the show. But he also said he felt guilty using his iPhone later after hearing about the working conditions in the Foxconn factory. As co-founder of Apple, what did you think?

STEVE WOZNIAK: I will never be the same after seeing that show. I cried during it and I'm crying right now. I have a seed of concern and sorrow in my head that may never go away. So many things that were so important to me seem much less important now.

The monologue, which played to sold-out crowds in Portland at the TBA festival, juxtaposes Daisey's long-time obsession with Apple products with his investigations into how those products are actually made. Daisey brought the show to Berkeley Rep in conjunction with MacWorld.