Originally Posted by iRCL
I was excited about reading this article, until I realized it was another Don Melton story with zero content in it.
SUMMARY: I SAT IN AN EMPTY AUDITORIUM 4 TIMES WATCHING STEVE JOBS, WITHOUT ANY SPECIFIC COMMENT ON WHAT HAPPENED, AND I DON'T EVEN REMEMBER WHAT WENT ON OR WHAT OTHER PRODUCTS WERE THERE.
I'm not joking when I say -- are you even sure it's Don Melton making these comments, or are you being trolled? Literally anyone could have written these 3 stories, there are absolutely no details in any of them
I've read MacRumors for years now and these are probably the lamest stories I have ever seen run
Some people can actually deduce information with what is
said in these anecdotes, and obviously there are those who can not. *shrug*
I guess it helps I work in a corporate/structured software development environment and am not an indie one-man-shop. The "insider's perspective" resonates with me just fine.
And btw I was sitting in the audience when Steve announced Mac OS X
for the first time a few years before Safari was announced. I have no clue who else went on stage or what other products may have been announced that morning, either. Because, Mac OS X.
Although I do remember standing in line for food or something with a few guys from VersionTracker.com - remember that website?