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Brent Simmons talks about life in France before the web, going deaf in one ear for a little while, and writing.
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Chris Parrish talks about growing up in Oklahoma, working for Adobe, and shipping Postage and Napkin.
Mike Lee talks about working as a lead ramp agent for Alaska Airlines — and then as Wil Shipley’s bodyguard, and then as founder of Appsterdam.
Nat Irons talks about working at Apple, The Stranger, and Black Pixel — and what it was like to deliver pizza to Gary Larson.
John Chaffee talks about being a Mac developer in the ’90s, what it was like at Now Software, and how he got tired of mobile and came back to the Mac.
Tim Wood talks about how Omni got started and what it was like being a NeXT developer before the acquisition.
Paul Goracke talks about contributing to CodeWarrior, the early days of Seattle Xcoders, and getting Think C for $25.
Gus Mueller talks about going indie, wood-fired pizza, and the Delicious Generation.
Greg Robbins talks about adding Drag Manager translucency, secret about boxes, and desktop pictures to Macintosh System 7.
John Nack talks about Olive Garden, Photoshop, and the Flavawagon.