Dave Winer shares his recollections about developing software for the original Macintosh computer and offers his perspective on what Apple could have done better.
This article is part of a CNET special report on the 30th anniversary of the Macintosh, looking at the beginnings of Apple's landmark machine and its impact over the last three decades.
January 24, 1984. It was a wonderful day, the culmination of a couple of years work by my startup company, Living Videotext. Our big public announcement would come on the same day the Mac rolled out.
I had hired my brother and … Read more