"There have only been two milestone products in our industry: the Apple II in 1977, and the IBM PC in 1981. Today, one year after Lisa, we are introducing the third industry milestone product: Macintosh.” –Steve Jobs, January 24, 1984
Check out folklore.org for some great Macintosh stories:
- Early Demos
- More Like a Porsche
- Macintosh Prototypes
- Desk Ornaments
- The Father of the Macintosh
- The Times They Are A-Changin’
- It Sure Is Great To Get Out Of That Bag
- The Macintosh Spirit
Q: What is Jelly?
Say you’re walking along and you spot something unusual. You want to know what it is so you launch Jelly, take a picture, circle it with your finger, and type, “What’s this?” That query is submitted to some people in your network who also have Jelly. Jelly notifies you when you have answers.
Q: Where can I see Jelly in action?
A: Watch this introductory video.
Q: Who can use Jelly?
A: Anyone who has an iPhone, iPod touch, or Android device, plus a Twitter or Facebook account.
Q: What do you think of Jelly?
A: I got it this morning, started using it (playing!) during a break at work, and couldn’t stop. All day I’ve been talking about it to anyone who would listen. I think Jelly is going to be a big, big hit.
Q: Why do you think it works?
Answering a few questions while standing in line or riding the bus is somehow more rewarding than aimlessly browsing Twitter or Facebook. You’re helping people and having fun at the same time.
Q: Where can I get Jelly?
For more info: Jelly.co