Jeff NaucloseAuthor: Jeff Nau
Name: Jeff Nau
About: Jeff Nau is a main contributor to the Jace Hall Show covering pop culture and music trends in the nerd community. He has contributed to San Diego City Beat, 944, and Ill Literature, amongst others, and spends his spare time working as an artist and photographer.See Authors Posts (1264)
At this point, Bradley Manning is almost a household name. To some, it may be a villainous one — for others, a sort of Internet folk hero who has defied military /governmental rule , during a war that few have believed in. As you may remember, Manning was arrested back in 2010, after military brass found he’d been leaking classified documents to WikiLeaks.
According to The Los Angeles Times, Manning pleaded guilty on Thursday to all 10 charges, which means he’ll be serving a total of 20 years in prison.
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Most of us have heard variations of the story of how Apple was founded. No matter which version you’ve heard, it usually consists of Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, a garage and funding from then Atari employee Ronald Wayne on April 1st, 1976.
Wayne famously sold his share of the company just twelve days after authoring the original contracts and documents that founded what was known then as Apple Computer Co.
Today, at a Sotheby’s auction in New York, the documents were sold to a phone bidder for approximately $1.6 million USD. The documents were sold by collector Wade Saadi, who reportedly purchased them from Wayne in 1994 for “several thousand dollars”. Continue reading “Apple’s Founding Documents Sell for $1.6 Million in Sotheby’s Auction” »