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Congratulations Apple!

Today, in 1976, the Apple I computer was released! Man, we have really come a long way since then, and i am sure the creator Steve Wozniak is proud to see how far his company has come since this release. 99 more words

'Most important computer in history,' Steve Jobs' Apple I, star of Living Computers museum

”The Living Computers: Museum + Labs in Seattle is home to some of the most noteworthy machines ever created,” Kurt Schlosser reports for GeekWire.But a new exhibit opening this week will showcase what one official at the Paul Allen-founded institution called ‘the most important computer in history.'” 380 more words

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Happy 41st birthday, Apple!

Apple Inc. is 41 years old today!

TIME Magazine‘s 80th anniversary issue featured a look back over 80 years in a piece titled “80 Days That Changed the World,” published on March 31, 2003. 367 more words

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Hackaday Links: March 19, 2017

This is from the Daily Fail, but a working Apple I is going up on the auction block. It’s expected to bring in $317,693 USD. In other news, we’re going to be at the Vintage Computer Festival East at the end of the month. 68 more words

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Hackaday Links: March 19, 2017

This is from the Daily Fail, but a working Apple I is going up on the auction block. It’s expected to bring in $317,693 USD. 309 more words

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One of eight working Apple 1 computers goes up for auction; price estimated between $190,000 and $320,000

”On May 20, Auction Team Breker will sell one of just eight known working Apple I computers in existence,” Andrew Cunningham reports for Ars Technica. 267 more words

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Jeju Day Three, Part 1

Hey look, another rainy, overcast day in Jeju! That’s okay, today was museum day. Our first (and best) stop was the Nexon Computer Museum in Jeju City. 176 more words

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