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Macintosh through the eyes of his creators

Andy Hertzfeld, one of the main authors of the Macintosh system software, has created Folklore.org, a site where he and his former fellows tell tales of the making of the Macintosh.
There is no better site to learn how it all really started – thanks Andy, for all the memories.
Hint: a CD or Hardcover version of this might sell really well – mark my order :)
Oh yes, ONE MORE THING – it would be really nice if it had an RSS feed… UPDATE: Ben Poole points me to the feed: http://www.folklore.org/folklore.xml

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