The Geek Picture of the Day brought together two computing giants.
In this May 1 1986 photo, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak and Atari founder Nolan Bushnell play with stuffed toys at Bushnell's offices in Sunnyvale, Calif.
Wozniak and Bushnell already had a successful history of collaboration by the time the photo was taken: In 1974 they worked together to create the seminal arcade game Breakout. But in 1986 they announced they were working on a new project, something so secret it was codenamed NEMO --an acronym for Never Ever Mentioned Outside.
NEMO eventually became Control-Vision, a video game console which ran on VHS video tapes instead of the industry-standard ROM cartridges. Industry partner Hasbro sank millions into the development of the device, but it was shut down a few months before the planned date of release, and was never sold in stores.
(AP Photo/Bill Beattie)