Flashback: Steve Jobs introduces the Mac in 1984

Lest we forget: a little piece of history-in-the-making, as Steve Jobs (pre-turtleneck and jeans) lets the Mac out of the bag, and the public gets its first glimpse at a little machine that will rock the world.

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6 responses to “Flashback: Steve Jobs introduces the Mac in 1984”

  1. This is anecdotal, I know, but I have never heard a PC owner say: “I love my PC.”

    However, I know several people, including myself, who say: “I love my MAC.”

  2. Though I have never owned a Mac, I am aware Jobs has contributed more than many to this amazing world of computers, etc. Wish him the best—

  3. Chris-2-4:

    But the important thing is how you react when your PC crashes:

    “Love is patient, love is kind…it is not prone to anger… . Love never fails (but PCs fail more than MACs)”

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