[NTLK] For All Mankind

Cecelia Sullivan ccs.kzz at gmail.com
Mon Jun 20 11:01:15 PDT 2022

Eeee! I’m gonna need to resubscribe. I thoroughly enjoyed watching the first two seasons during my free trial.

Thanks for sharing.

> On Jun 20, 2022, at 6:40 AM, Michael Blazer <m.blazer at utoronto.ca> wrote:
> As predicted in this year-old thread, the first couple of episodes of
> season 3 (now set in the early 1990s) do feature Newtons!
> My first sighting was the NASA director's assistant following her around
> reading off her day's agenda on a Newton.  Newtons are also shown being
> used for colour video calls, including one between Earth and the moon
> base.  Those ones have a nice camera attachment on top.  A couple of times
> characters are shown returning their Newtons to some kind of large dock,
> which looks like it might be based on an Apple external hard drive that may
> have really existed.  There are some closeups of pretty authentic-looking
> UIs too.
> I thought they looked like 2000 series Newts but this iMore article says
> they're 120s:
> https://www.imore.com/cult-favorite-apple-device-makes-brilliant-cameo-all-mankind-season-3
> Cult of Mac managed to review the new season without even mentioning the
> Newtons :-/
> Michael
>> On Fri, 30 Apr 2021 at 21:30, Maury Estabrooks <maurye at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The AppleTV + series, For All Mankind, has a real possibility of adding a
>> Newton device to season 3. The premise of the show is what if the USA lost
>> the space race. What would/could happen if the Cold War extended to the
>> Soviet and US bases on the moon.
>> I was listening to a podcast summarizing the final episode this season.
>> Season 2 was based  in the 1980s. Season 3 is based in the early to mid
>> 1990s with man and or woman on Mars. The podcast hosts speculated the
>> possibility of a Newton device playing a role as an Apple centric show.
>> Food for thought.
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