This translucent gray pen has matte silver accents and a white Apple logo. It is also printed with the URL apple.com/ali/newhampshire in the Apple Garamond font (Apple’s corporate font from 1984–2003).
Although the webpage is no longer active, the “ali” part of the web address refers to the now-defunct Apple Learning Interchange. Education World described the Apple Learning Interchange as “an Internet community for K-12 educators with a large and participatory membership. Apple has gathered databases of lesson-planning units, Internet resources, and Internet-based projects. Also included are discussion forums and chat rooms for educators.”
MacRumors reported that the Apple Learning Interchange shut down in 2010, quoting an inactive Apple link: “For years the Apple Learning Interchange (ALI) has served as an important resource for educators to access great education content, share best practices, and learn more about using technology in the context of teaching and learning. Over the last three years, iTunes U in the iTunes Store has grown to be an even larger education resource.”
Sources: Education World, MacRumors