“Work spaces are typically monitored by security cameras, this employee said. Some Apple workers in the most critical product-testing rooms must cover up devices with black cloaks when they are working on them, and turn on a red warning light when devices are unmasked so that everyone knows to be extra-careful, he said.”
– In the wake of Steve Jobs’ strange return after a leave of absence, the New York Times covers Apple’s obsession with secrecy. We bet this made them really mad. But not as mad as we would be if we were working at Apple and had no idea that they were launching the iPod.