My Favorite Apple

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Vintage Apple T-Shirts

Did you know old Apple t-shirts are an Apple collector fan fav? They are, and I must confess I also love these old markers of Apple’s days gone by. You might be surprised to learn these babies have been collectibles for a long time and there are extensive collections out there. In fact, there aren’t many […]

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Apple’s iPad Pro it’s not- the Apple Graphics Tablet

In 1979 Apple Computer employed 250 people and they worked in only four buildings there in Cupertino. And looking back now with Apple employing over 110,000 employees and building a new 28 million square foot building, I think we can say that year was smack dab in the middle of Apple’s very early days. The Apple II, released in 1977, was selling […]

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The Most Personal Computer & Apple Cubed Notepads

Apple’s history of using taglines boasting “The Personal Computer” and “The Most Personal Computer” goes back to the very early 1980s and I’m having difficultly knowing for certain exactly which it used first. Most factoids about Apple are discoverable, which is one of the reasons I enjoy collecting all things Apple.  The firm’s records are well documented. Additionally, many […]

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One thing leads to another- Apple Computer Design History

My Saturday mornings usually start with me doing fun stuff – usually computer oriented Apple reading, writing and research. Dorky, but fun, nonetheless. This morning was about Apple’s early fonts, and particularly, the Apple Garamond typeface. Very dorky, I know, but this project started as a result of my new addition to my Apple collection, my new, old Apple denim […]

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