RARE Vintage Macintosh II advertising Apple Demo Book
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Authors: Andrea Kelley, Paul Pruneau, Charlie Dana, Brad Londy, Teri Twombly, Judy MacMorran, Alan Hallberg, Ames Cornish, Catherine Nunes and Ann Sayer
Description: Extremely rare advertising book for the Apple Macintosh II from 1989. Check out the pictures of many of the pages. You won't likely find another of these on ebay.
Demonstration book show the multitude of ways the Macintosh II can be used in advertising, production of a book, for presentations in business proposals and more.
Cover of the book says Instant Psychic and shows a man floating on a cloud.
From the first page of the book:
As one of our colleagues so aptly put it, "Seeing is believing, but touching is even better." You are about to see, touch and hear real-life examples of what people around the country are creating with Apple Macintosh computers. The printed documents, overhead transparencies, 35mm slides, and "multimedia" demonstrations in this book are all effective means of communication that we call Apple Desktop Media. The examples speak for themselves, as do the people who created them.
Formatted on a Macintosh / Ron Hipschman computer expert at the Exploratorium, the San Francisco based museum of science, art and human perception. Macintosh is used to design and display the museum's interactive exhibits, as well as to produce its many award-winning publications. Shows an example of one of their publications.
Charted on a Macintosh / Mary Peterson and Chris Veal with an example of a Marking Impact of Logistics printed transparency for projection at a meeting.
Colored on a Macintosh / Joe Cillo of Associated Capital Investors and an example of a Marketing Communications printed transparency for projection at a meeting
Designed on a Macintosh / Kay Stout Manovich and Robert Clifford at Landor showing an example of product packaging for Palmolive Shampoo.
Text and illustrations typeset on a Macintosh / Michael Everitt and Michael Renner at The Understanding Business showing an example of showing how they use the Apple to direct production of the popular Access city-guide books as well as the Smart Yellow Pages with an example of Richard Saul Wurman's New Road Atlas US ATLAS by Access Press in black and white and behind it in color.
Prepress on a Macintosh / Dennis Chesnel, a project manager at the Editorial and Manufacturing Technology Group at Time, Inc., investigates new ways in which the company can streamline the magazine production process. This sections show a film separations that was produced solely through the use of computer technology.
Prepared on a Macintosh / Tony Berumen is system administrator for the coporate communications division of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) which uses 100 slides per day and found that with the Macintosh they could guarantee 23-hour turnaround on requests for slides, includes a sheet of 9 slides that were produced with a Macintosh.
Produced and prepared on a Macintosh / Terry Hall produced a training program for Coast Guard helicopter mechanics which is included on a disk and Cliff Hughes of New York advertising agency Jordan, McGrath, Case & Taylor created an animated storyboard shows the early stages of a Quaker Oats commercial using Macintosh and HyperCard software and is included on a separate disk.
Demonstrated on a Macintosh / Hugh Dubberly, Doris Mitsch and Keith Yamashita created the compact disc pictured here which contains a wealth of information about Apple Desktop Media. This interactive demonstration is available right now at your authorized Apple dealer's (typo) and the CD is not here but it would seem they are saying that if you want to see the CD you must visit an Apple dealer.
About this book / Charlie Dana, Brad Londy and Andrea Kelley describe how this book was created using all Macintosh products.
The last pages says
This book was designed on a Macintosh II by Andrea Kelley,
presented on a Macintosh II by Paul Pruneau,
budgeted and scheduled on a Macintosh II by Charlie Dana,
written and revised on a Macintosh II Brad Londy,
and edited by Teri Twombly,
typeset on a Macintosh II by Andrea Kelley and Brad Londy,
proofed on a LaserWriter IIntx by Brad Londy and Judy MacMorran,
and approved on a Macintosh SE by Alan Hallberg, Ames Cornish, Catherine Nunes and Ann Sayer
The back cover says
Printed in USA September 1989 CD/GC M0571LL/A
Publisher: Apple Computer Inc., 1989 First Print
Condition: spiral bound which very minor damage (one broken perforated hole) at the top of the spiral comb. Some scuffing and light pen mark on the cover, scuffing to the back cover, bumped corners, inside is clean with no damage or marks and appears to have all inserts.
Pages: 22 pages plus inserts