Jun 27, 2013
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The first day I had the Newton, I hand-wrote a message… I got a phone call in the San Francisco airport on the way to Disneyworld with my kids. And I hand-wrote a message to myself on a notepad paper: Sarah — that’s my daughter — dentist, Tuesday, 2PM. And I saw a button called “Assist,” and I thought, this must be a menu. And I tapped the Assist button — it opened up the calendar, Tuesday at 2PM, it put in the word “dentist” and it grabbed Sarah out of my contact list. And that was the first time in my life I had seen a computer understand… I had written something for a human, and the computer understood it.
Steve Wozniak on how the Newton changed his life | The Verge
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