CS alumnus Steve Wozniak (B.A.’86) was the inaugural speaker in the Business Thought Leader series at the University of South Florida College of Business. He answered pre-submitted questions that asked for his best advice for college students and what he might tell his younger self. He shared his “smiles minus frowns” happiness equation and said that how one feels is paramount to success. While passion and vision are key, he stressed the importance of always choosing people over technology and cautioned students that ”the purpose [of your work] should never be, this is how I’m going to make a lot of money.” Instead, if you think about how you can make the world a better place you will never regret the outcome. He said that he was so famous when he came back to study at Berkeley, after taking time off to found Apple Computers, that he went by the pseudonym Rocky Raccoon Clark.