They Made That
Snow White design language
The design language that boosted Apple’s global reputation and set design trends for the computer industry
Nobel Peace Prize
"done the most or the best work for fraternity between nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses"
Dragon's Head Cider Perry
"The perfect beverage for a celebration."
The first vacuum cleaner sold under the Dyson name
Air Max 1
"A revolution that works"
the first dynamically balancing biped robot
"Achieve great results"
I Love New York
A family of computer programming languages with a fully parenthesized Polish prefix notation
SmallTalk Programming Language
"Smalltalk is dangerous. It is a drug. My advice to you would be don’t try it; it could ruin your life. Once you take the time to learn it (to REALLY learn it) you will see that there is nothing out there (yet) to touch it."
Castle Grayskull Prototype
"I was always disappointed that the Mylar printed moat that surrounded the castle was costed out."
"Get matched with your perfect tutor now!"
Everything Bad Is Good for You
"How Today's Popular Culture Is Actually Making Us Smarter"
"Welcome to the Gift Card Exchange"
BBC BASIC III
The third version of the programming language developed for the BBC Micro.
Air Jordan (Shoe)
"Why drive when you can fly?"
"Awesome Smartwatch, No Compromises"
"Join a top tech company No resumes or whiteboards"
"Super Arcade Hit!"
"Your customers want to chat with you. Answer their questions before they leave. Make happier customers."
"A magical and revolutionary product coming at an unbelievable price"
"A Mixpanel Publication"
The original Apple Computer, also known retroactively as the Apple I, or Apple-1.
"what's on your playlist?"
Symantec Corporate Site