Cupertino mayor Barry Chang is apparently not an Apple fanboy. In a fiery interview with The Guardian, Chang says he was kicked out of Apple HQ when he was a city councilman. He was hoping to have a meeting about the city's growing traffic congestion to which Apple contributes considerably. He didn't get one.
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It looks mighty impressive in renders, and is astoundingly huge, but not everyone is dazzled by Apple's planned HQ 2.0: the Los Angeles Times' architecture critic, Christopher Hawthorne, thinks it's a huge mistake: isolated, alienating, drab, a "retrograde cocoon". Oh crap!
In addition to their circular "spaceship" campus, because of company growth, Apple is already in the early planning stages of building a third campus.
Steve Jobs recently approached the Cupertino City Council with what seemed like the crazy vision of building a spaceship-like campus for Apple HQ. It turns out he had the same dream back in 1983. And it was just as ambitious.
Maclife reviewed the Apple Cafeteria, perhaps under the guidance of the director of food they poached from Google. The verdict is that the sushi and tomatoes are great, and the automatic tray carousel is pretty snazzy.
If you've ever wanted to take a street tour of the centre of the Apple universe, now's your chance. The Google Street View car has finished making its rounds at Infinite Loop, so you can zoom around like you belong there from your computer chair.