Thirty years ago, Guy Kawasaki was the chief evangelist for a little company called Apple. As he explains it, "When I saw what Macintosh could do, the clouds parted and the angels started singing." Since leaving Apple, Guy has founded several companies (including software developers ACIUS and Fog City Software, venture capital fund Garage, and online magazine rack Alltop), established a career in consulting and public speaking, and written ten books. He even played the role of publisher with his most recent book, APE: Author, Publisher, Entreprenuer. We wanted to find out how Guy manages it all, so we stole a few minutes out of his schedule to talk about apps, gadgets, workspaces, and more. Did we miss something? Guy is chatting live for the next hour, so you can ask him yourself!