The Last 15 Years Of Apple Web Design

This is a must see for fans of web design and Apple, an interesting look at the last 15 years of Apple’s homepage web design compiled by Charlie Hoehn who used the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.

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Steve Jobs’ Bio Author Walter Isaacson Shares Steve’s Personal Side With 60 Minutes

The official authorized Steve Jobs biography is out today. Author Walter Isaacson got to see a personal side of Steve having more than 40 interviews with him for the book. View Isaacson’s full interview with 60 Minutes where he reveals a lot of what he learned about Steve’s business sense and personal life.

Seven years ago, Steve Jobs asked Walter Isaacson, a former editor of TIME Magazine, if he would write his biography. Isaacson, who has done books about Benjamin Franklin and Albert Einstein, thought the request presumptuous and premature, since Jobs was still a young man. What Isaacson didn’t know at the time, and only a few people did, was that Jobs was about to undergo surgery for pancreatic cancer and was feeling his mortality. It speaks to the secrecy with which Jobs conducted his life and his business, adding mystery to an already compelling figure.

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RIP Steve Jobs: Thanks For The Inspiration

February 24, 1955 – October 5, 2011

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What’s In Your DJ Bag?

DJ TechTools asks UK based dj/producer James Zabiela a very good question…and we wanna know…what’s in yours??

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Charlie and the Apple Factory

Now there’s a golden ticket worth winning!

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Thunderbolt Brings A Speedier Workflow To The Video & Audio Community

Along with the announcement today from Apple today about the release of their new line of Macbook Pros came the news of the new Thunderbolt I/O input/output technology designed by Intel that lets you connect high performance peripherals and high res displays.

Now you’ll be able to send data at a rate of 10 gigs a second and bi-directionally receive and transmit. This will now give you more flexibility to do great time saving things like edit HD video in real time and will make audio creators seek out more high performance gear and applications. Hopefully, we’ll now be dealing with a lot less latency issues and be able to create media faster and in more mobile environments.

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