Did you know that Steve Jobs’ partner, and the mother of Lisa Brennan-Jobs (after which the Lisa was named), worked at Apple and was even approached to work on blueprints?
Sometimes memory tricks you and perception heavily differs from reality. Case in point, Apple cofounder and technical genius Steven Gary “Woz” Wozniak, regarding Apple’ promotion of “his” Apple II computer. >> Leggi il resto “Stories of Apple on Patreon – Woz on Apple not advertising the Apple II from 1980 to 1983”
How the crowdfunding platform could and should help creators work better and offer quality content more easily to their patr(e)ons. >> Leggi il resto “Three features Patreon needs to add”
A rough transcription, followed by some notes and commentary of John Couch’s 1983 presentation of the Apple Lisa to the Boston Computer Society. >> Leggi il resto “Stories of Apple on Patreon – John Couch on Lisa’s software revolution and the perils of market research”
Apple veteran Daniel Kottke sheds some much needed light on his years and colleagues he worked with at Apple.
Renowned internation design firm frog is celebrating five decades of work, which includes a very important chunk of Apple (and NeXT) products from the 80s.
Another reason why online bookmarking is the way to go, if you’re serious about your information.
Adam Radon is the Director and key organizer of the most important Comics Festival in Poland. He was a guest at the 2017 edition of the Napoli ComiCon, where he cocurated an exhibition of polish historical comics. Here’s a little chat with him in which we talked about the landscape of polish comics and its most important artists. >> Leggi il resto “Comics in Poland – An interview with Adam Radon”
Founded and staffed by key Apple people, Eazel is a little known VC-backed startup which tried to build a better interface for GNU/Linux systems. Read an exclusive interview with one of its programmers.
In the spring of 1984, the lobby of the building which housed the developers of the Mac began to fill up with various items and artefacts. Among them were a grand piano and a BMW motorbike… read more by becoming a supporter of Stories of Apple on Patreon! >> Leggi il resto “Stories of Apple on Patreon | Steve’s motorcycle”
Transcription of the interview with US cartoonist Hans Rickheit at the Napoli Comicon 2017, where Eris Edizioni premiered the italian edition of his book “The Squirrel Machine”. >> Leggi il resto “Interview with Hans Rickheit”
Korero Press is a small London based publisher that specializes in art books about pop culture, street art, erotica and horror.
In the last few months I’ve worked with Korero writing, translating and editing text and comics, plus a bit of supervision and proof-reading, for an upcoming luscious hardbound book centred on the work of italian comic artist, illustrator and painter Roberto Baldazzini. >> Leggi il resto ““Mondo Erotica – The Art of Roberto Baldazzini””
2017 marks quite a few big anniversaries for Apple… read more by becoming a supporter of Stories of Apple on Patreon!
On the 9th of November 2011 a group of engineers and other notable people who worked with Steve Jobs talked publicly about the Apple and Pixar founder.
Things tend to get tricky when you try to go back in time…
Developed to quickly process data heavy tasks, run UNIX and… to satisfy a government contract
Swimming in a lake, friendship, love, and discovering the world of “grown-ups” >> Leggi il resto “This One Summer: Tamaki’s comics chronicle of a vacation”
Apple MPW developers in the late 80s vented their frustration towards the C++ syntax in a very funny way
Apple’s first computer designed for the enterprise market, the first not engineered by Steve Wozniak. And Infinite Loop’s first major failure
An ironic and engrossing contemporary revisitation of the myth of Heracles, the prototype of the hero, and of his bloody struggle against fate >> Leggi il resto “The Hero: Heracles according to David Rubìn”