Exactly 26 years ago Steve Jobs introduced the world to one of the first personal computers easy to use and equipped with a GUI, the Macintosh 128K. Widely announced in January 1984 in a historic commercial during the Super Bowl break, this small computer marked the popularization of the mouse as a fundamental accessory to interact with these machines and made it possible for lay people to have access to the computer.
Nothing better than a little nostalgia, at a time like this, right? Here are some suggested readings to kill the nostalgia and / or get to know a little more about Ma's most popular computing platform:
We are currently waiting for another member to be born in the Apple product line, but I am sure we will never forget the first computer. ?For the rest of us?.
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