This is a model M0115 Apple Extended Keyboard first sold in 1987 as an option for the Macintosh II and SE models:
And this is what I am typing this article on right now:
Initially I thought it was a real problem that tech groups used Slack for free. I am a part of 12 slack groups (all technology or business-focused) and not a single one pays for it.
The main problem I saw was the 10,000 message limit for free users. That may not seem like a big deal but it can be. For example, one group that uses it is Launch School, a great software development school with a huge focus on mastery. …
I haven’t always held a positive view of this concept. I mean of course I like it’s results when others have it such as an olympic athlete or a fine craftsman, but I didn’t think it was for me. I preferred to aspire to be a polymath, renaissance man, etc. rather than a master of any one thing.
I would identify with a quote like this and think that this guy has the right idea:
A human being should be able to change a diaper, plan an invasion, butcher a hog, conn a ship, design a building, write a sonnet…
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