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Power Point 1.0 for Macintosh 1987T-Shirt 25 Year Re-Issue The original pre-Microsoft packaging for Power Point 1.0 for Macintosh, as shipped by Forethought on 20 April 1987.Now re-issued as a T-shirt for the 25th anniversary of Power Point.Gaskins headed this new Microsoft unit for another five years, completing versions of the Power Point product which contributed to the explosive early growth of Microsoft Windows and to the dominance of Microsoft Office.Power Point 3.0 was created at Microsoft's Graphics Business Unit in Silicon Valley over the five years 1987‒1992, where I was the head of the new Microsoft group during that entire period.
To the right is Untitled (1981), by Charles Arnoldi, acrylic paint on tree branches, now in the Anderson Collection at Stanford University.
Choice of sizes, 13 inches (330mm) square, or 16 inches (405mm) square.
Same image available as throw pillows, 16 inches (405mm) square, 18 inches (460mm) square, or 20 inches (510mm) square. You can get a free personalized bookplate, hand-signed by the author, to be pasted into your book.
Just send an email note and request to [email protected], and include (1) the name and address to which you want the bookplate sent, and (2) if you’d like any (necessarily brief) inscription.
Power Point Turns 20, As Its Creators Ponder A Dark Side to Success by Lee Gomes, “Portals” column, The Wall Street Journal, US edition, page B1, 20 June 2007 Lee Gomes talks with Bob Gaskins and Dennis Austin about how they created Power Point, and how they respond twenty years later to criticisms of the way it is now being used. the culture of Power Point is something that bemuses, concerns and occasionally appalls Power Point’s two creators as much as it does everyone else.” —Lee Gomes Also in the WSJ Chinese: “Robert Gaskins was the visionary entrepreneur who in the mid-1980s realized that the huge but largely invisible market for preparing business slides was a perfect match for the coming generation of graphics- oriented computers.” —Lee Gomes Microsoft’s celebration for all the people currently working on the Power Point team was held at the Silicon Valley Campus on 17 August 2007.