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  1. The Talk Show Remote From WWDC 2021

    John Gruber is joined by Craig Federighi and Greg Joswiak to discuss Apple’s announcements from WWDC 2021: the all-new multitasking interface in iPadOS 15, on-device Siri, new privacy controls in Safari and Mail, MacOS 12 Monterey, and more.

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    Timestamps: 00:00:00 — Welcome 00:00:47 — Sponsor: Mac Paw 00:02:30 — Sponsor: Flatfile 00:03:46 — Sponsor: Linode 00:05:51 — Introduction 00:14:31 — Privacy 00:22:21 — Photos 00:36:13 — On-device Siri 00:41:29 — iCloud Private Relay + Mail Privacy Protection 00:55:35 — iPadOS 15 01:10:42 — MacOS 12 Monterey, Shortcuts, SwiftUI

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  2. Steve Jobs Stories

    Chris Fralic, Steven Levy, Esther Dyson, Mike Slade, John/Diane SCULLEY, Seth Godin, Andy Cunningham, Dan’l Lewin, Doug Menuez, Regis McKenna, Andy Hertzfeld, and Steven Rosenblatt share their "Steve Jobs Stories" in honor of what would have been the Apple cofounder’s 66th birthday.

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  3. iOS 14 Review — Ready for iPhone 12!

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    I wanted to do something different with this #iOS14 review. I’ve already posted in-depth explainers and a technical preview. So, this time, I wanted to focus on opinion. Mine, and my special guest’s — John Gruber of Daring Fireball and The Talk Show Fame.

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    iOS 14 Apple Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fb8XdDs_rtc

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    iOS 14 Explained: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M9eH0zV_CZ4

    REFERENCES

    Daring Fireball: http://daringfireball.net

    Gruber on Twitte…

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  4. Adam Savage Book Club: Humble Pi: When Math Goes Wrong in the Real World

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    Adam Savage kicks off his book club with mathematician Matt Parker, discussing Matt’s book, Humble Pi: When Math Goes Wrong in the Real World (https://amzn.to/367UmBV). Much of the conversation centers around your questions, including one that points out a possible error, so thanks for taking part! Stay tuned for Adam’s next book club selection.

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  5. Origins of the Apple Human Interface

    “Origins of the Apple Human Interface” is a lecture delivered by Larry Tesler and Chris Espinosa. Held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, on October 28, 1997.

    Catalog number: 102706165

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  6. iOS 13 Siri Shortcuts: Automation Unleashed!

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    Siri and Apple’s voice and assistive technologies in general are getting some major love in iOS 13, including a synthetic yet more natural sound, new intents so developers can add Siri support to Maps apps like Waze and audio apps like Overcast, Audible, and Spotify, and even full-on Voice Control so you can navigate your iPhone, iPad, or Mac with basically the Will and the Word.

    And, of course, Shortcuts is becoming a built-in app and is adding support for a bunch of new functionality, not the least of which is the ability to accept conversation input. Yup, now if you tell Shortcuts to order you a pizza, it can ask you which of the last four pizza orders you want to repeat.

    To dig deep into how it all works, I asked Matthew Cassinelli to join. He was actually on the Workflow team when Apple bought the app, had written the documentation and filled the gallery, but left just as Apple was transitioning it into Shortcuts. Why? So he could help evangelize the technology from the outside. And that’s just exactly what he’s doing here today.

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  7. CHM Live | Press Play: The Origins of QuickTime

    [Recorded February 28, 2018] From Hollywood blockbusters to social media cat videos, the ability to record, edit and play video on mobile devices and personal computers has changed the way we consume and produce moving images. 25 years ago, this technology was in its infancy. In 1991, Apple released QuickTime, the first mass-market digital video software for personal computers. QuickTime is a multimedia platform for developers to add audiovisual recording, editing, and playback to their applications. Because it was built into the Macintosh operating system, users did not need to buy more hardware or software to play video. QuickTime became the most widespread media format on PCs after Apple brought it to Windows, and its incorporation into the MPEG-4 standard, used in every cell phone, computer, and set top video player today, cemented Apple’s position as a leading provider of media creation technology. How was QuickTime created? What role did it play in Apple’s history? And what impact does it have today?

    Center for Software History curator Hansen Hsu leads a conversation with members of the original QuickTime team about the creation of QuickTime, its evolution, and its impact on the computer and media industries.

    Lot number: X8511.2018 Catalog number: 102738745

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  8. Oral History of Avadis Tevanian - Session 2

    Interviewed by David Brock, Hansen Hsu and John Markoff on 2017-04-17 in Mountain View CA, X8111.2017 © Computer History Museum

    In part 2 of the oral history with Avie Tevanian, Avie discusses his career at Apple, first as Senior VP of Software Engineering and later as Chief Software Technology Officer, along with other topics after his retirement from Apple.

    Avie begins by discussing how the acquisition of NeXT occurred from the perspective of NeXT, including the OS bakeoff against Be. Avie also goes into his personal relationship with Steve Jobs over the years, what it was like to work with him, and how one might convince him one was right. He then moves on to discussing the early years of the turnaround, working initially under Gil Amelio and then under Jobs, and Jobs’ return as CEO of Apple. During this period, Avie’s main priority was to turn Apple’s software group into a world class development organization and to direct key technical decisions in the development of Mac OS X, sometimes over the objections of entrenched interest groups at Apple, such as the decision to embrace TCP/IP and other open standards over continuing to use Apple proprietary technologies. Avie also discusses collaborating with Jon Rubinstein’s hardware division, Apple’s ups and downs in the early 2000s, the transi…

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