AppleInsider podcast interviews iMovie creator Glenn Reid about Steve Jobs, Internet-connected laundryThis week, the AppleInsider podcast interviews Glenn Reid, former employee at Apple and NeXT, and now CEO of Marathon Laundry. Reid talks about leading development of iMovie and iPhoto versions 1 through 4, and what he's been up to since.
AppleInsider's Victor Marks spoke with Reid, who shared with us what it takes to ship a product, some reflections on Steve Jobs and Randy Ubillos, why the way we launder our clothes is stupid, and why the man who quit working for Steve Jobs three times is the right person to fix it.
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Victor Marks and Glenn Reid chat about:
- What it is to be a 'product person'
- What it takes to ship a product
- Working on iMovie 1
- The Digital Hub strategy
- Laundry machines and why they suck
- Internet of Things
Follow our host on Twitter: @vmarks. Reid is also on Twitter @imovie_glenn and at his company's website, marathonlaundry.com.
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