The story is that an Apple engineer named Gary Powell left his iPhone 4.0 prototype in the Gourmet Haus Staudt in Redwood City, California. It was ‘found’ and delivered (sold) to tech web site Gizmodo.com and they did the only thing nerds know how to do…they took it apart, took pictures and posted everything on their web site. Apple executives must have shit their collective pants after Steve Jobs began work on the iGuillotine for the Apple campus complete with an iBucket for the heads of those responsible.
If you’re a guitar player (like me) you’re very aware of the Fender Stratocaster, Leo Fender’s iconic guitar introduced in 1954 and since utilized and endorsed by top players around the world. The Stratocaster, Telecaster, Les Paul, SG and Flying V are the most recognizable guitars and coveted by amateur and professional musicians everywhere. Forget those dorky video games…nothing says Rock Star like one of these guitars running through a nasty big amp with the volume set to 11.