Daniel Kottke demos the Microwriter (Photo by Avi Solomon)
Avi Solomon interviewed Daniel Kottke at his home in Palo Alto on 2nd September, 2011. He says:
I had a wide-ranging conversation with Daniel Kottke (Apple employee #12) on Silicon Valley's innovation culture. Daniel also talked about his trip to India with Steve Jobs during their hippie years. Steve Jobs did not find miracles in the ashrams of India but he made the true magic happen in a garage in California.
This stand for the Apple Watch mimics the classic design of the original Apple Macintosh. It’s made from “scratch-free silicone” and supports the Apple Watch’s Nightstand Mode. elago W3 Stand [White] – [Vintage Apple Monitor] (Amazon)
Last October, an Apple Store in Brisbane, Australia terminated some of its employees after they were accused of searching customers’ devices for sexually explicit selfies and sharing them with colleagues, rating them on a scale of 1-10.
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