Woz recently did an interview with MacNewsWorld. In it, he mentions that he has a book coming out this fall.
This fall, Wozniak will publish his memoir, I Woz: How I Invented the Personal Computer and Had Fun Along the Way, written with tech journalist Gina Smith (Norton).
An interesting tidbit from the interview related to Show #6:
Q: Do you feel that Jobs ever ripped you off, perhaps in the case of the game "Breakout" that you invented and he claimed credit for with Atari?
Wozniak: He was more concerned about money. In the case of "Breakout," all he had to do was ask me. I had a job at [Hewlett-Packard] and didn't need the money. He was always into business, and I was into designing. And that's not a good vs. bad thing.
Steve turned down doing the foreword for the book. But there's nothing really bad about him in the book. He may have misinterpreted something.
Even today, Jobs comes off looking like a jerk. Why wouldn't he write the foreword to the book? That is really lame.
I pre-ordered a copy of IWoz as soon as I heard it was coming. I was lucky enough to engage in an email interview with Wozniak, and he was certainly helpful and forthcoming and really did his best to provide as much info as he could, both in his feelings about his time fooling around at Atari and with Breakout, as well as the technical aspects of its creation.
When I asked him the same question, about the raw deal he got making Breakout, his opinion was that it was simply water under the bridge, and that life is way too short to hold grudges about such things. He said he probably bought pizzas with the money he did get, and that was just fine. He definitely got a lot more out of the deal than a lousy few hundred bucks. The work he did with Breakout led the way to his designs for the first Apple computers.
Seems to me that Jobs knows what he did, still feels guilty about it and would rather not deal with it or his relationship with Woz. Probably he doesn't like standing in the same room with him, because next to Woz he looks like a pretentious, blow-hard jerk with no heart. Oh, and Jobs turned down an interview about the subject.
Just my two bytes.