Brian Rodriguez explores 30 years of the mac, and its development from an idea in a garage, to today’s Mac-mania
Last week, as citizens of the electronic world, we celebrated the 30th anniversary of the Macintosh computer. To put such a momentous occasion in perceptive, one must consult the scriptures, in particular Jobs 3:16, which reads: “For Apple so loved the world, that they gave us the Macintosh, and that whosoever believeth in them, should not be disappointed, but have an everlasting supply of Apple products to purchase.”
And thus, an entire movement was born. Join us as we celebrate how we all got here, and how our lives are so much better now that half our yearly salaries land in the coffers of the Church of Apple.
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