Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 28th Oct 2013 14:26 UTC
Apple

This fascinating documentary was filmed from December 1985 to March 1986 at NeXT's team retreat in Pebble Beach. It offers a rare glimpse of Steve's vision, aspirations and managerial approach.

Remarkable documentary - several planning meetings and discussions during NeXT's early days, with Steve Jobs and his team, many of which also worked on the Macintosh. You have to see this.

Via Typographica.

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RE: Sorry
by majipoor on Mon 28th Oct 2013 16:23 UTC in reply to "Sorry"
majipoor
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2009-01-22

Yet, people not interested in Steve Jobs or overpriced and closed Apple products are the most active usually on Apple related topics. Go figure.

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by ferrels on Mon 28th Oct 2013 16:38 in reply to "RE: Sorry"
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by Kochise on Mon 28th Oct 2013 19:51 in reply to "RE[2]: Sorry"
Kochise Member since:
2006-03-03

You sounds like "Steve Jobs invented nothing" or "Bill Gates' fame is exaggerated"... Whenever you like them or not, they definitively set the computer history, suffice to look at their brand legacy and how much either Apple or Microsoft now owns as bank cash. They not only sold crackers to get there.

Beside, would you kindly, please, read this, from start to finish, and stop being a pussy, thanks :

http://www.folklore.org/ (all 119 inputs !)

So of course, it's not just Steve Jobs, it's a whole team. But who select the team members ? Who set them goals ? Who refine the aiming ? Who select the best options from the team members to be featured in the final product ?

Kochise

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