Andy Hertzfeld

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First reported Apr 04 2014 - Updated Apr 05 2014 - 1 reports

How Steve Jobs' Passion Shaped Pixar Into an Oscar-Winning Studio

While Apple was Steve Jobs' first professional love, the Pixar animation studio that he helped foster was far more than a mere pet project. As Pixar President Ed Catmull explains in his upcoming book, Creativity Inc , Jobs' involvement with the studio ... [Published Gizmodo - Apr 04 2014]
First reported Jan 31 2014 - Updated Feb 01 2014 - 1 reports

What is the future of the Mac?

Thirty may be the new 20 for yuppies, but when it comes to computing, three decades is several lifetimes. When you think about the Mac’s multiple architecture changes and software transitions throughout the years, the long-standing feline theme on OS ... [Published The Next Web - Jan 31 2014]
First reported Jan 27 2014 - Updated Jan 27 2014 - 2 reports

Offline over the weekend? Read all the tech news you missed right here

It’s Monday once again, which means it’s time to make a coffee and take 10 minutes to catch up on the most exciting technology news that happened over the weekend. So, whether you slept through the whole two days or were just too busy with friends ... [Published The Next Web.com - Jan 27 2014]
First reported Jan 26 2014 - Updated Jan 27 2014 - 1 reports

Original Macintosh Team Gathers to Celebrate 30th Anniversary with Stories, Demos and Laughter [Mac Blog]

Last night, over 100 members of the original Mac team gathered to celebrate the Mac's 30th anniversary in De Anza College's Flint Center, where Steve Jobs first introduced the Macintosh 30 years ago. The event was focused around three separate panels: ... [Published MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - All Stories - Jan 26 2014]
First reported Jan 25 2014 - Updated Jan 25 2014 - 1 reports

Apple veterans Daniel Kottke and Randy Wigginton on programming the first Mac for the user

Continuing our series of interviews with team members of the original Macintosh project, we spoke with Daniel Kottke, one of the first Apple employees, and Randy Wigginton, the creator of the MacWrite software, about bed-side computing, traveling ... [Published The Next Web - Jan 25 2014]
First reported Jan 25 2014 - Updated Jan 25 2014 - 1 reports

Original Mac ‘software wizard’ Andy Hertzfeld on storytelling, the Mac Pro and changing the world

If you want the inside scoop on the development of the first Apple Macintosh 30 years ago, Andy Hertzfeld is the authority. Not only did he work on the machine’s software as part of the core team, but he also created the Folklore.org repository to ... [Published The Next Web - Jan 25 2014]
First reported Jan 24 2014 - Updated Jan 24 2014 - 1 reports

Apple Celebrates 30 Years Of The Mac Computer

Today, Apple celebrates the 30th anniversary of the Mac, the computer that was almost a critical failure when it launched and turned out to be one of the most important pieces of machinery in the modern computing era. The Mac was announced by Apple ... [Published ReadWriteWeb - Jan 24 2014]
First reported Jan 24 2014 - Updated Jan 24 2014 - 1 reports

Original Mac designer Susan Kare on how everyday objects made computing personal

Even if you’re not familiar with designer Susan Kare , you’ve been benefitting from her work for the past 30 years just about every time you use a computer. As part of the original Mac team, she created some of the first digital fonts, the UI for MacPaint ... [Published The Next Web - Jan 24 2014]
First reported Jan 24 2014 - Updated Jan 24 2014 - 1 reports

30 years in 33 photos: A visual history of the Apple Mac

The Macintosh is 30 years old today. Over the next few days, we’ll be taking a look at the past and future of the Mac platform, starting off with a visual history of how the computer has evolved over the past few decades. For an in-depth look at how ... [Published The Next Web - Jan 24 2014]
First reported Jan 24 2014 - Updated Jan 24 2014 - 1 reports

Happy 30th birthday to the Macintosh — one of the most significant developments of the 20th century

On 24 January 1984, Apple Computer introduced the Macintosh. Thirty years later, it’s hard at first to see what is so special about this computer. It doesn’t look much different to other competing products of the time. Housed in a squat gray box, the ... [Published The Coffee House | Politics and News Discussion ... - Jan 24 2014]
First reported Jan 22 2014 - Updated Jan 22 2014 - 1 reports

Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Macintosh

the Macintosh will celebrate its 30th anniversary, and I’ll be curious to see if Apple itself marks the day in any notable way. Regardless of what the modern-day Apple does, some of the people behind the original Macintosh will be marking the moment on ... [Published Tidbits - Jan 22 2014]
First reported Nov 01 2013 - Updated Nov 01 2013 - 1 reports

The ‘father of the iPod’ explains how his company Nest is using tech to make your home ‘conscious’

What’s the very first thing you do when you meet one of the ‘fathers of the iPod ‘?  Complain about central heating, that’s right. Tony Fadell, co-founder of Nest and former Senior Vice President of the iPod division at Apple, is sitting across ... [Published The Next Web - Nov 01 2013]

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How Steve Jobs' Passion Shaped Pixar Into an Os... [Published Gizmodo - Apr 04 2014]
What is the future of the Mac? [Published The Next Web - Jan 31 2014]
Offline over the weekend? Read all the tech new... [Published The Next Web.com - Jan 27 2014]
Offline over the weekend? Read all the tech new... [Published The Next Web - Jan 27 2014]
Original Macintosh Team Gathers to Celebrate 30... [Published MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - All Stories - Jan 26 2014]
Apple veterans Daniel Kottke and Randy Wigginto... [Published The Next Web - Jan 25 2014]
Original Mac ‘software wizard’ Andy Hertzfeld o... [Published The Next Web - Jan 25 2014]
Original Mac designer Susan Kare on how everyda... [Published The Next Web - Jan 24 2014]
Happy 30th birthday to the Macintosh — one of t... [Published The Coffee House | Politics and News Discussion ... - Jan 24 2014]
30 years in 33 photos: A visual history of the ... [Published The Next Web - Jan 24 2014]
Apple Celebrates 30 Years Of The Mac Computer [Published ReadWriteWeb - Jan 24 2014]
Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Macintosh [Published Tidbits - Jan 22 2014]
The ‘father of the iPod’ explains how his compa... [Published The Next Web - Nov 01 2013]
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What is the future of the Mac? [Published The Next Web - Jan 31 2014]
Thirty may be the new 20 for yuppies, but when it comes to computing, three decades is several lifetimes. When you think about the Mac’s multiple architecture changes and software transitions throughout the years, the long-standing feline theme on OS ...
Offline over the weekend? Read all the tech new... [Published The Next Web.com - Jan 27 2014]
It’s Monday once again, which means it’s time to make a coffee and take 10 minutes to catch up on the most exciting technology news that happened over the weekend. So, whether you slept through the whole two days or were just too busy with friends ...
Offline over the weekend? Read all the tech new... [Published The Next Web - Jan 27 2014]
It’s Monday once again, which means it’s time to make a coffee and take 10 minutes to catch up on the most exciting technology news that happened over the weekend. So, whether you slept through the whole two days or were just too busy with friends ...
Original Macintosh Team Gathers to Celebrate 30... [Published MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - All Stories - Jan 26 2014]
Last night, over 100 members of the original Mac team gathered to celebrate the Mac's 30th anniversary in De Anza College's Flint Center, where Steve Jobs first introduced the Macintosh 30 years ago. The event was focused around three separate panels: ...
Apple veterans Daniel Kottke and Randy Wigginto... [Published The Next Web - Jan 25 2014]
Continuing our series of interviews with team members of the original Macintosh project, we spoke with Daniel Kottke, one of the first Apple employees, and Randy Wigginton, the creator of the MacWrite software, about bed-side computing, traveling ...
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