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Mac OS X is the modern operating system that powers every Macintosh computer, from the Mac mini to the iMac Pro. It was introduced by Steve Jobs in 2000 and continues to serve as Apple's desktop operating system. Music credit: Deetunez - Free Beat 2014
Emoji date back to 1999 when they first appeared on Japanese cell phones. But it’s history goes further than that, because before there were emoji, there were emoticons. Emoticons were the pictorial representation of a facial expression by using things like punctuation marks, numbers, and letters. The earliest use of emoticons can be traced all the way back to the 17th century when a Slovak notary used one to indicate his satisfaction with the state of his town's financial records. In 1862, The New York Times also allegedly used an emoticon in this snippet of a speech transcript. And some of the first emoticons representing various moods were publish in an 1881 issue of Puck magazine. So it’s clear that using symbols to represent facial expressions isn’t a modern concept, but it did become more popular with the advent of the computer. The first American Standard Code for Information Interchange emoticons, or ASCII for short which is essentially just an encoding standard, were written by Scott Fahlman in 1982, he thought they’d help people on a message board at Carnegie Mellon to distinguish serious posts from jokes by using the smiley face and frown face. And the symbols caught on...
When Apple launched the iPhone in 2007, no one imagined that in just 10 years it would become the most popular camera in the world. But it may not be surprising to photographers like Chase Jarvis who famously said, “the best camera is the one you have with you.” And owning an iPhone means a camera is with you at all times. A camera that lets you focus on pointing and shooting rather than adjusting dozens of complicated settings. This level of convenience is a big reason why it dominates the digital camera market today. But the iPhone’s camera hasn’t always been thought of so favorably. Let’s go back to 2007 and take a closer look at the camera included with the original iPhone...
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