A podcast looking back at the history of Apple and the Mac community. Hosted by Ed Cormany and Brian Sutorius.
e88 – The iPad at 10
In our final regular episode, we celebrate a great milestone: the 10th anniversary of the introduction of the iPad.
e87 – Desktop Publishing
This episode we cover the desktop publishing revolution, the Apple-led trifecta that kicked it off in the late '80s, and how it's evolved over three decades. For a holiday bonus, Ed talks about how he used a Mac to design and lay out his family's Christmas cards in the '90s. And finally, we wrap up the year with an announcement.
e86 – General Magic
A team of ex-Apple engineers in the early 90s made a product that flopped worse than the Newton but might be the reason we have iPhones today. We look at the little-known history of General Magic and the newly released documentary about the company.
e85 – Apple Kremlinology
Apple hardly ever gives away information about upcoming products…unless you believe that there are secret clues in hidden places. We look at what Apple may (or may not) have signaled in event invitations and product codenames over the years.
e84 – Apple.com
Apple's online presence has evolved significantly since the days of the early web. From rainbow imagemaps to WebObjects to epic scrolljacking, we tour the technology and content of Apple dot com.
e83 – Mac Mods
Brian made a summer project of putting a Mac Mini in a Macintosh Classic and it got us thinking about all kinds of mods people have done with old Apple hardware. Besides the "Classic Mini", we cover Macquariums, unexpected iLamps, weight-bearing cheese graters, and more.
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Fun look into the past with the present in mind
I sincerely enjoy this show and both hosts. Rarely do I have a podcast with multiple hosts when I like all of them. The episodes are organized and well thought through.
They had me hanging with waiting to mention the Powerbook 5300 in the Independence day movie. Thanks for the show!
Super Likable and Informative
Brian and Ed are both so affable. They have a clear passion for “the history of Apple and the Mac community”, and it’s extremely enjoyable to listen to them talk about it. It’s even inspired me to get into some old hardware myself!
It's about bloody time.