In an interview with Boing Boing, early Apple employee Daniel Kottke revisits the early history of Apple and Silicon Valley as he experienced it, tinkering alongside Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak as they brainstormed the Apple I. Kottke remarks that the founders' divergent personalities were oddly complementary, as Jobs' marketing savvy mingled with Woz's drive to innovate, and invent. What begins as an exploration of the company's Silicon Valley origins evolves into a spiritual journey to India (fares paid for with money Jobs had earned working at Atari), and experiments with psychedelics. The lengthy interview is a rather insightful read — and Boing Boing's included fascinating supplemental videos and texts to add a bit of context to the spiritual and historical journey. Read on for a glimpse at some of the minds and personalities behind Apple's success.