Unofficial Apple blog TUAW has a nice article on Esslinger's design work for Apple, and include a photo of the 1979 tablet that ran on Todd's computer paint program "Utopia Graphics System."
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The San Diego Union-Tribune has a brief item on the new album from Adam Traub's The Burning of Rome. Made with indie-rock legend Paul Leary (ex Butthole Surfers) at the helm, the piece says:
The result is The Burning of Rome’s most varied and accomplished work to date. At its best, “Ox” is a left-field, neo-art-rock opus, minus the prog-fueled pomp and sonic overkill. Its songs draw from pop, punk, psychedelia and early ’70s glam, along with the music of Todd Rundgren in his creative prime and early Queen at its least ostentatious.
“I love Todd Rundgren, and so does Paul,” said Traub.
Here is the first single off said album - I Like it.