Like the Macintosh itself, this book resulted from the efforts of many talented individuals. I’d especially like to thank my friends and original Mac team members Steve Capps, Donn Denman, Bruce Horn, and Susan Kare for contributing their stories to the book. I’d also like to thank Eric Barnes, William Donelson, Scott Knaster, Dan Kottke, Jerry Manock, David Ramsey, Caroline Rose, Paul Tavenier, and Tom Zito for contributing stories to the Folklore.org web site, where this book originated.
Thanks to original Mac team members Bill Atkinson, Steve Capps, Jerome Coonen, George Crow, Donn Denman, Joanna Hoffman, Bruce Horn, Brian Howard, Steve Jobs, Susan Kare, Larry and Patti Kenyon, Scott Knaster, Dan Kottke, Jerry Manock, Caroline Rose, and Bud Tribble for unearthing artifacts and sharing their memories from twenty years ago.
Apple Computer generously allowed me to rummage through their corporate image archive to obtain photographs for the book. Thanks to Donna Dubinsky, Nancy Heinen, Steve Jobs, Del Penny, and Sue Runfola for helping to make that happen.
The hardest part of turning the Folklore web site into Revolution in The Valley was obtaining permission to use dozens of photographs. Thanks to Sara Nickles, Robin Rossi, Michele Filshie, and Terry Bronson for helping to obtain image permissions, and Mike Stern for legal advice.
I showed Tim O’Reilly my Folklore web site in October 2003, and he suggested that his company publish it as a book. I’d like to thank ...