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All the Things Besides Ipads That Steve Jobs Forbade His Children, Ranked

Scott Lucas | September 16, 2014 | Story Tech World

"In an article in the Sunday New York Times, reporter Nick Bilton says he once asked Jobs “So, your kids must love the iPad?” Jobs response: 'They haven’t used it. We limit how much technology our kids use at home.'" Thanks to cutting-edge, high-tech journalistic techniques*, San Francisco is able to report the rest of the list of things that Steve Jobs and his wife forbade their daughters from all of the following:

20. Palm Pilot 5000 Personal Data Assistants

19. Grain silos, excluding corn silos

18. Abacuses

17. Gas-powered chainsaws

16. Wax phonograph players

15. Novelty Russian nesting dolls in the form of former Soviet leaders

14. Contraptions, miscellaneous.

13. Drawing compasses

12. Cotton gins

11. Mechanical Turks

10. Pot stills

9. Spoons

8. Quill pens

7. Wheels and axels

6. Pulleys

5. Inclined Planes

4. Wedges

3. Screws

2. Levers

1. Google Glass

*We made up some stuff we thought was funny.

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