Tag: steve jobs

RetroMacCast Episode 376 Posted

The RetroMacCast Episode 376 has been posted.  On this episode, James and John discuss a number of Apple related items including their always entertaining eBay finds: Apple poster, mug collection, NIB numeric keypad, and Mission Impossible poster.  John interviews Cory Wiegersma from the 68k MLA, and discusses the Steve Jobs opera, as well as the new Jobs trailer, and its […]

1984 will not be like 1984 — The Macintosh 30 Years on

Apple, Inc. celebrated the 30th anniversary of the introduction of the Macintosh this week.  January 24th, 1984, Steve jobs showed the world his new machine complete with graphical user interface. The machine initially envisioned by The like of Jef Raskin and Steve Jobs had come to a fruition and Apple introduced it in a manner […]

Steve Jobs’ House Designated as Historic Landmark

The San Jose Mercury News is reporting that what everyone feared has come to pass; Steve Jobs’ home is now a historic landmark.  Designation was passed by the Los Altos Historical Commission due to the homes association with Steve Jobs.  Apparently it was a unanimous vote when the home came up for designation. Source: http://www.mercurynews.com/my-town/ci_24407428/jobs-house-cleared-apos-historic-resource […]

Apple-1 sells for over 670,000 USD

With the Apple-1 computer being in big demand since the death of Steve Jobs, the German auction house Brecker has pulled in a record haul for a working version of the famed computer.  Hand built in the garage of Steve Wozniak, the Apple-1 was only produced in a short production of less than 200 units.  […]