Ray Lucchesi from RayOnStorage Blog comments:
I have to admit it. I have been a Mac and Apple bigot since 1984. I saw the commercial for the Mac and just had to have one. I saw the Lisa, a Mac precursor at a conference in town and was very impressed.
At the time, we were using these green or orange screens at work connected to IBM mainframes running TSO or VM/CMS and we thought we were leading edge.
Great walk through history with Ray. No matter what your feelings about Apple might be, the Mac truly was a disruptive and critical piece of computing history.
Read more at: The Mac 30 years on
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