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February 24 • #hello • 30 Years of Mac  • #apple #mac #SteveJobs • 59 • #February24 #birthday • #macintosh #AppleComputers #systemunit #monitor #keyboard #mouse #diskdrive #MacPaint #AppleInc #30thAnniversary #1984 #February24 #30YearsOfMac #HappyBirthdayMac #apple #24thFebruary #2014 #bw #mono #blackandwhite #inkwell #lux #st #thest  “Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish.”

February 24 • #hello • 30 Years of Mac  • #apple #mac #SteveJobs • 59 • #February24 #birthday • #macintosh #AppleComputers #systemunit #monitor #keyboard #mouse #diskdrive #MacPaint #AppleInc #30thAnniversary #1984 #February24 #30YearsOfMac #HappyBirthdayMac #apple #24thFebruary #2014 #bw #mono #blackandwhite #inkwell #lux #st #thest  “Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish.”

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// Digi Love

// Digi Love

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macfloppy:

The Welcome to Macintosh “Picasso logo” splash screen lasted until Mac OS 7.6 when the System Software was renamed Mac OS and sold for profit. Before that time new versions of the Macintosh operating system could be acquired for free, although boxed versions were also available.

Woah!
Psychedelic, man!

macfloppy:

The Welcome to Macintosh “Picasso logo” splash screen lasted until Mac OS 7.6 when the System Software was renamed Mac OS and sold for profit. Before that time new versions of the Macintosh operating system could be acquired for free, although boxed versions were also available.

Woah!

Psychedelic, man!

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fastcompany:

“People know more about their iPhone than they do their own health,” points out Travis Bogard, Jawbone’s VP of product development. “So how do we make them consumers of their own wellness?” Today Jawbone is finally unwrapping their attempt to solve the problem: The UP, a $100 wristband, smartphone app, and web app trio that work together to monitor your exercise habits, sleep cycles, and eating decisions.

fastcompany:

“People know more about their iPhone than they do their own health,” points out Travis Bogard, Jawbone’s VP of product development. “So how do we make them consumers of their own wellness?” Today Jawbone is finally unwrapping their attempt to solve the problem: The UP, a $100 wristband, smartphone app, and web app trio that work together to monitor your exercise habits, sleep cycles, and eating decisions.

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