Just finished reading Andy Hertzfeld’s Revolution in The Valley: The Insanely Great Story of How The Mac Was Made. It’s a collection of stories about the development of the Macintosh, which where collected from Andy’s website, folklore.org. I’m not really a big fan of Apple, but it is interesting to read about the genesis of the Macintosh, and the team that created it. The book really does bring back memories of what computing was like back then (using cassette tapes for back-up, having very little memory, etc.). Regardless if you are a Apple enthusiast or not, it’s definitely worth a read.
Revolution In The Valley