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Steve Jobs’ Apple keynote presentations were legendary, and they deserve to be shared! So, Krazy Ken and his friends are teaming up to take you on a journey through the Apple Keynote Chronicles! Join them as they learn about the behind-the-scenes stories, argue about the products, laugh at the bloopers, and relive these momentous events in tech history.
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Monday's regular episode is being moved to next, next Monday, but that's because we're doing something SPECIAL on this Monday (June 21)! It's the 10th anniversary of an important piece of Apple software history, and of course… there was an Apple event that went with it. Join Krazy Ken and his special guest as they break it down in this insanely great episode. Tune in on June 21 for a Monday funday!
This is a big one… thousands of passionate Apple users eagerly watched Steve Jobs walk on stage and tell the world how Apple is going to get healthy again, and at the end, he drops a bombshell announcement which resulted in lots of booing from the audience, but in the end, was it all for the better?Subscribe today so you don't miss a new episode! New episodes come out every other Monday morning (6:00 AM CT) so your Monday can be a funday!Special thanks to our friends at Linode for making this podcast possible! If you need cloud computing solutions, then you need Linode. Grab your $100 in free credit at https://linode.com/computerclan - If it runs on Linux, it runs on Linode!7:20 - Status Report12:53 - Board of Directors15:58 - Market Focus: Creative Content and Education19:29 - Core Assets: Apple Brand and Mac OS26:53 - Meaningful Partners (The Bombshell Announcement)42:36 - Think Different43:25 - Aftermath and Other Tidbits48:56 - ConclusionNotesKey: http://www.noteskey.comBecoming Steve Jobs: https://www.audible.com/pd/Becoming-Steve-Jobs-Audiobook/B00R8HJRZMMacworld Boston 1997: https://youtu.be/IOs6hnTI4lwPurchases via our sponsor and affiliate links help support the Computer Clan YouTube channel and this podcast. Thank you.Episode Transcription: https://thecomputerclan.com/transcriptions/AppleKeynoteChronicles-004.pdf
How cool would it be to go up to a microphone and ask Steve Jobs a question directly? Well, that’s what happened at World Wide Developers Conference 1997, where Steve Jobs answers questions about Apple’s future, including: the death of OpenDoc, the Newton, Rhapsody, how to write apps 5 times faster, and more.Subscribe today so you don't miss a new episode! New episodes come out every other Monday morning (6:00 AM CT) so your Monday can be a funday!Special thanks to our friends at Linode for making this podcast possible! If you need cloud computing solutions, then you need Linode. Grab your $100 in free credit at https://linode.com/computerclan - If it runs on Linux, it runs on Linode!5:34 - What About OpenDoc?9:40 - What Can Apple Do To Get Back…?13:58 - High-Speed Networking and Connectivity21:19 - Turnaround Times and Marketing25:02 - Competition and Licensing31:42 - Advertisements32:46 - The "Insult" Question35:38 - What About the Newton?37:42 - The Final Question38:20 - ConclusionSteve Jobs Biography (Affiliate Link): https://amzn.to/3sMHcpdOpenDoc CD Demo: https://youtu.be/oFJdjk2rq4EWhat Were Macintosh Clones? (Part 1): https://youtu.be/lwMzYFEGoagWWDC 1997 Steve Jobs Q&A: https://youtu.be/yQ16_YxLbB8Purchases via our sponsor and affiliate links help support the Computer Clan YouTube channel and this podcast. Thank you.Episode Transcription: https://thecomputerclan.com/transcriptions/AppleKeynoteChronicles-003.pdf
In 1997, Apple was nearing insolvency, and their share price was below 20 cents (on a split-adjusted basis). They needed a rescue, but not just any rescue… a Steve Jobs rescue! Today, Krazy Ken and Brad discuss the Macworld keynote where Steve Jobs unveils the underpinnings of Apple's next-gen operating system, and we recap the genesis of the famous "Think Different" campaign.Subscribe today so you don't miss a new episode! New episodes come out every other Monday morning (6:00 AM CT) so your Monday can be a funday!Special thanks to our friends at Linode for making this podcast possible! If you need cloud computing solutions, then you need Linode. Grab your $100 in free credit at https://linode.com/computerclan - If it runs on Linux, it runs on Linode!2:19 - MacWorld San Francisco 199740:28 - Apple "Think Different" Campaign48:30 - ConclusionSteve Jobs Biography (Affiliate Link): https://amzn.to/3sMHcpdApple's Rare 20th Anniversary Macintosh: https://youtu.be/JUGhZqs6AsQObject-Oriented Programming Explainer: https://youtu.be/pTB0EiLXUC8Macworld San Fransisco 1997 (Partial Recording): https://youtu.be/QhhFQ-3w5tEThink Different Event: https://youtu.be/MrZKoWgcZVgThink Different Ad: https://youtu.be/5sMBhDv4sikPurchases via our sponsor and affiliate links help support the Computer Clan YouTube channel and this podcast. Thank you.Episode Transcription: https://thecomputerclan.com/transcriptions/AppleKeynoteChronicles-002.pdf
With a valuation of over 2 trillion dollars, and a world-wide iconic brand, Apple is arguably the most successful and influential company in history. However, the early days of the Macintosh were rough, and Steve Jobs left the company when the Mac was merely a year old. Today, Krazy Ken and Brad recap some of the earliest Apple keynotes, including the Macintosh's first public demo at the Flint Center on January 24, 1984.Subscribe today so you don't miss a new episode! New episodes come out every other Monday morning (6:00 AM CT) so your Monday can be a funday!Special thanks to our friends at Linode for making this podcast possible! If you need cloud computing solutions, then you need Linode. Grab your $100 in free credit at https://linode.com/computerclan - If it runs on Linux, it runs on Linode!3:00 - Apple Sales Conference 1983 and "1984" Ad16:55 - Apple Shareholders Meeting (January 24th, 1984)46:32 - Apple II Forever Event (April 24th, 1984)50:20 - Aftermath, Mac Problems, and Jobs vs. Sculley59:47 - ConclusionSteve Jobs Biography (Affiliate Link): https://amzn.to/3sMHcpd5 Apple Prototypes You've Never Seen in Person: https://youtu.be/cB4PM4QGcLwEarly Macintosh Stories (Written by the Team): https://www.folklore.org1983 Sales Conference with Dating Game: https://youtu.be/Xl0vhiLUIxkFirst Macintosh Reveal (Shareholder Meeting): https://youtu.be/Onj8Mbc_-NAFirst 100 Days of Macintosh: https://youtu.be/UxKSkrky4tUPurchases via our sponsor and affiliate links help support the Computer Clan YouTube channel and this podcast. Thank you.This is a new podcast hosted on a new platform, so if you spot any errors or bugs, please email: admin@thecomputerclan.comEpisode Transcription: https://thecomputerclan.com/transcriptions/AppleKeynoteChronicles-001.pdf
Steve Jobs’ Apple keynote presentations were legendary, and they deserve to be shared! So, Krazy Ken and his friends are teaming up to take you on a journey through the Apple Keynote Chronicles! Join them as they learn about the behind-the-scenes stories, argue about the products, laugh at the bloopers, and relive these momentous events in tech history. Follow and subscribe for new episodes every other Monday morning—so your Monday can be a funday.Episode Transcription: https://thecomputerclan.com/transcriptions/AppleKeynoteChronicles-000.pdf
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