“On January 24, 1984 the world of home computers was forever changed by the debut of the Apple Macintosh,” John-Michael Bond reports for TUAW. “”
“With a gigantic 9-inch monitor, a keyboard, a mouse and 128 KB of built-in memory, the computer could be yours for the low, low price of US$2,495 dollars,” Bond reports. “This year marks the Macintosh’s 30th anniversary, and its birthday is getting its own special event.”
“On January 25, 2014, All Planet Studios, the Computer History Museum and Macworld/iWorld will be throwing a celebration at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California,” Bond reports. “The event will be held in the same 2,300-seat auditorium where Steve Jobs first introduced the Mac…”
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