Join your hosts Josh & Matt as they look back on Apple’s history one month at a time.
Writer, Director, Actor, and Producer David Wain joins us to talk about how he uses Apple technology to produce films and television including his new Netflix series, Wet Hot American Summer. We also talk about David
Most of us remember the iPhone app store launch in 2008 and the iPhone app gold rush that followed. Indie developers flocked to the platform, all determined to build a breakout app that would earn them millions. And pretty soon that gold rush… turned into a brown rush. Enter Panic, with a ridiculous novelty app and an elaborate fake backstory for a German company that didn’t exist.
From biglaw litigation partner to the former general counsel of two multinational technology companies — Intel and Apple — Bruce Sewell has had an illustrious career path spanning three decades. Now, after recently retiring, Bruce reflects on the insights and lessons learned throughout his career.
Topics covered include: ‣ what it’s like managing a 900-person legal department, as well as managing a legal budget just shy of $1 billion ‣ what qualities are helpful as a corporate lawyer, transactional lawyer, and as a lawyer in leading positions, such as biglaw partner or general counsel, and ‣ how working in-house compares to working in a firm.
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John Gruber of Daring Fireball and The Talk Show join David and Stephen for a discussion about writing and podcasting, as well as WWDC and what the future may hold for the iPad and Mac.
Lisa Brennan-Jobs is a New York-based writer. Her new book is Small Fry. "You find yourself in a whole net, in a constellation of stories, each one connecting to another. It was amazing how much I remembered. Sometimes I meet people and they say,
Dianna Cowern, known to millions of YouTube viewers as Physics Girl (https://www.youtube.com/user/physicswoman), shares why she is passionate about physics and how she turned that passion into a career as a science communicator on YouTube. Dianna is a science communicator and educator who received her BS in physics from MIT before researching low-metallicity stars at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. Dianna pursued her career in STEM outreach at the Reuben H Fleet Science Center and as a physics outreach coordinator at UCSD. Her work on Physics Girl has been featured on the Huffington Post, Slate Magazine, Popular Science, and Scientific American blogs.
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Interviewed by Hansen Hsu and Marc Weber on 2017-11-13 in Mountain View, CA X8367.2018 © Computer History Museum
Williamson and Kocienda continue the discussion of working on the first iPhone project, discussing the pressure and work-life balance, motivations driving the team, secrecy, lack of diversity, working with AT&T, and memories of the keynote. They also discuss the decision to release a native instead of web-based iPhone SDK for third party developers, implementing cut/copy/paste in iOS 3, and changes necessary in the iOS keyboard to support the iPad, opening up iOS to support third party keyboards, and resistance to making the iPhone replicate PC features. Williamson discusses the creation of, and difficulties in rolling out, Apple Maps, resulting in his departure from Apple. Williamson and Kocienda also discuss Siri. Kocienda discusses his work on multi-tasking gestures for iPad in iOS 5, the UI overhaul in iOS 7, and the Apple Watch.
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