It's a busy weekend of tech in Berlin, but have things cooled or are we all taking a well-earned break?
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Even before Apple announced the iPad, seeing the first Amazon Kindle had me excited for the day that I would be able to leave my giant stacks of music scores at home.
The original iMac entered a computing world that desperately needed a shake-up. After the wild early days of the personal computer revolution, things had become stagnant by the mid-1990s.
The first Macintosh came out in 1984 with a familiar formula: expensive, limited, but elegant and easy to use. From the start it was something of a cult classic. Apple was struggling financially, and spent most of the 90s on hair-brained ideas: the Newton, the Pippin, the QuickTake.
Just before Christmas last year, a pastor preached a gospel of morals over money to several hundred members of his flock.
Get your sites sustainable! Officially.
My highlights of IFA and Startup night Berlin 2023