This is the week of Apple’s 23rd annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. 5,000 people from 60 countries paid $1,600 each to attend and tickets sold out in less than two hours.
The winners of the Apple Design Awards (ADA) have been announced. I would post a picture of the ceremony but photographs and bloggers are banned from WWDC sessions.
The winner of the ADA for an iPad app is: “Paper.”
In the first two weeks after the release of this app, 1,500,000 people downloaded Paper and the company claims 7,000,000 sheets of Paper have already been used.
Time for a new edition of Robert Henderson Clapperton, Paper, an Historical Account of its Making by Hand from the Earliest Times Down to the Present Day (Printed at the Shakespeare Head Press, 1934). Graphic Arts: (GARF) Oversize TS1124.5 .C526q