(I like this wall very much.)
At the Minneapolis Institute of Art
The Apple I went on sale in July 1976 and was priced at $666.66.
I simply like triple digit numbers with all the things I'm involved with, the cost of making the Apple 1 was around $540 or there abouts and we agreed on the best markup, retail price above the cost of building it, which worked out to $666.
Jobs then tacked on the 66 cents to make it an eye-catcher price for the ads with the sale and promotion publications of it to the public.
This woman is bedecked with a sash that identifies her as royalty. From where I sit I'm unable to make out what domain of rural or urban significance she serves as princess. On the seat beside her sits her gem studded seven-pointed crown and a bag of McDonald's take out.
The princess is hungry and enjoying her fries.
Posting from O'Hare International, outbound to Boston Logan.
Two unexpected hours on the tarmac means I've just now checked in to a vending machine dinner of microwave popcorn and a nutragrain bar. Unsatisfying, when I had Pacific fresh sushi in mind. But hey: there's a pool outside my window.
And dear friends close by.