Andy Cunningham-- Andy worked for Regis McKenna in the mid-1980s, and coordinated the Macintosh launch in 1984.
Chris Espinosa-- Chris was employee 8 at Apple, and was director of documentation for the Macintosh project.
Dean Hovey-- Dean was co-founder of Hovey-Kelley Design, the firm that led the design of the Macintosh and Lisa mice.
Reese Jones-- Reese was one of the organizers of BMUG, the Berkeley Macintosh User Group, one of the most influential Mac user groups. He later founded Farallon and Netopia.
Susan Kare-- Susan designed the icons for the Macintosh.
David Kelley-- David was co-founder of Hovey-Kelley Design, the firm that led the design of the Macintosh and Lisa mice.
Sandy Miranda-- Sandy was a technical writer at Apple who wrote the script for the "Test Drive a Macintosh" promotion.
Jef Raskin-- Jef was employee 31 at Apple, and the first manager of the Macintosh project.
Evelyn Richards-- Evelyn covered Apple for the San Jose Mercury News in the 1980s.
Caroline Rose-- Caroline was editor of Inside Macintosh.
Jim Sachs-- Jim was one of the designers of the Macintosh and Lisa mouse.
Jim Yurchenco and Rickson Sun-- Jim and Rickson worked on mechanical and electrical engineering of the Macintosh and Lisa mice.
Jim Yurchenco-- Jim talks in greater detail about his work on the Macintosh and Lisa mouse.
Bill Atkinson-- Bill was the graphics specialist on the Lisa, led the design of its graphical user interface, and created MacPaint.
David Casseres-- David was a technical writer on the Lisa project, and contributed to The Book of Macintosh.
Raines Cohen-- Raines was one of the organizers of BMUG, and an active figure in user groups nationally.
Brian Howard-- Brian was one of the first members of the Macintosh team.
Barbara Krause-- Barbara was a marketing VP at Apple during the Macintosh launch.
John Markoff-- John wrote about Apple for Byte Magazine in the early 1980s, and later became the New York Times' Silicon Valley correspondent.
Larry Tesler-- Larry left Xerox PARC for Apple in 1980, and worked on the Lisa user interface.