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Don Melton:
Former Safari chief Don Melton recounts his encounters with Steve Jobs at Apple and NeXT   —  Memories of Steve  —  A version of this article about Steve Jobs first appeared in The Loop Magazine on his birthday during February of this year.  Jim Dalrymple edited the original down in size …
Apr 13, 2014, 8:55 PMIn context
Don Melton:
Safari is released to the world   —  During the early development of Safari, I didn't just worry about leaking our secret project through Apple's IP address or our browser's user agent string.  It also concerned me that curious gawkers on the outside would notice who I was hiring at Apple.
Jan 11, 2013, 10:25 AMIn context
Don Melton:
Keeping Safari a secret   —  For much of the time we spent developing Safari — long before it was called by that name — it pretended to be Microsoft Internet Explorer.  Specifically, Internet Explorer for Mac, which Apple had provided with the OS since 1998.
Jan 4, 2013, 10:10 AMIn context
Don Melton:
When I first heard the name “Safari”   —  Ten years ago this month, my secret Web browser team at Apple became the “Safari” team — less than 30 days before we debuted the product on January 7, 2003.  —  To this day, I don't know who suggested the name “Safari.”
Dec 20, 2012, 10:40 AMIn context

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