Safari’s Announcement

Don Melton, on watching Steve Jobs announce the first version of Safari:

Most of the time during those rehearsals, Ken and I had nothing to do except sit in the then empty audience and watch The Master Presenter at work — crafting his keynote. What a privilege to be a spectator during that process. At Apple, we were actually all students, not just spectators. When I see other companies clumsily announce products these days, I realize again how much the rest of the world lost now that Steve is gone.

And:

KHTML may have been a bigger surprise than Apple doing a browser at all. And that moment was glorious. We had punkโ€™d the entire crowd.

โ˜… Thursday, 10 January 2013

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