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9to5Mac was born in 2007 between the announcement and the launch of the iPhone from Seth Weintraub’s Paris apartment. Weintraub was taking sabbatical from Mac IT development work while his wife was given a fellowship to study in France. The blog was a way to keep up with technology developments and nurture a writing career that was also taking shape at Computerworld, an IDG publication. Full story here.

9to5 became a full time career in 2011 when Weintraub left Fortune Magazine, started up and and continued ramping up with additional editors and reporters. was added in 2013 and in 2017

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