In the category of “old Apple inter-office memos” . . .

Software Security from Apples Friends and Enemies

I was at the Seattle Goodwill outlet recently and noticed the Apple logo on letterhead sticking out from a bin of books, so I started digging. What I found were the 1979-1980 files of Jack MacDonald, manager of system software for the Apple II and /// at the time.

These are fascinating. They are very ordinary, but that’s part of what makes them so fascinating.

I first saw them in 9to5Mac here. You can also find a deeper look at them on Gizmodo here.


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