To all mac lovers - long-time fans and recent converts alike.
Latest Activity: Jan 26
Started by Henry Brown Dec 11, 2012.
Started by Henry Brown. Last reply by Henry Brown Nov 7, 2012.
Started by Henry Brown Oct 2, 2012.
a young Steve Jobs introduces the Macintosh
Video from 1984
MIGHT be of some interest to some!
Lesser Known Features in IOS7
Wow, brings me back to the day.
Apple Lisa Demo (January 7, 1982) (~16 minute videowatch it from Stanford University Archives
Google Maps returns to iPhone:From Yahoo news:...The world's most popular online mapping system returned late Wednesday with the release of the Google Maps iPhone app. The release comes nearly three months after Apple Inc. replaced Google Maps as the device's built-in navigation system and inserted its own map software into the latest version of its mobile operating system.
Have posted a discussion which could have some interest/value to some
Title: iPhone Apps for E-Learners
A collection of Apple ads from Youtube
"Now you can check out every ad Apple ever aired on their YouTube channel that hosts an entire archive, finding that everyone from John Malkovich to Spike Lee have promoted the computer giant. It also includes their first known commercial from 1977, which touted the Apple II as the "appliance of the 80s for all those pesky household chores."
Apple IIc ad featuring Alan Greenspan 1985iPhone 4S ad featuring Samuel L. Jackson-Date Night 2012
have posted a discussion which should be of some interest to some:
Title: Apple Tracking iPhone Users
have posted a discussion which Could/Should have some interest to some:
Title: Steve Jobs Speech in 1983
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