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I'm not sure if this has been posted before. -If so, then apologies...

http://apple.slashdot.org/apple/05/01/24/1945223.shtml?tid=174

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i must be blind

but i didnt see a link anywhere to download a video :-\ it would be nice to see that video as i was only a year old! haha

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Use a bittorrent client and r

Use a bittorrent client and run the .torrent:

http://tracker.degreez.net/downloads/1984macintro.mov.torrent

Probally the easiest way to get it.

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Just so people know, this is

Just so people know, this is not the 1984 famous commericval. Thats what I thought it was going to be when i first started downloading it.

Mirror:
http://www.spilky.com/bo/1984macintro.mov

I got goosebumps watching it. It was also eerie watching Steveo and seeing the madness that lurks beneath his soul just starting to leak out.

And man, he sure looks like Noah Wyle. Smile

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smaller versions for dial-up:

smaller versions for dial-up:

http://www.applemachome.com/videos/mac/index.html

He does look like noah wyle!! Tongue

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Pirates of Silicon Valley. . .

For those unaware, Noah Wyle played Steve Jobs in the TV flick "Pirates of Silicon Valley."

It was a bit of a hack (in a negative way) bit of story telling (I really wasn't sanguine with the limited portrayal of Steve Wozniak), but is probably worth seeing once. I also have to admit that I helped to work on it. I provided an Apple II+ that was lightly modified to look like an Apple II, and one Apple II that was used for closer shots. I also worked as a background extra. Oh, yeah. . . for the film they recreated the 1984 "Big Brother" set, that was interesting to walk on.

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LOL., I know that he played J

LOL., I know that he played Jobs, thats why i made the comment.

Very interesting that you worked on the set. Really cool!

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thats awesome. Wonder what t

thats awesome. Wonder what they did for the xerox stuff...

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New video out!
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Links to the video torrents

Links to the video torrents

http://geekissues.org/1984/

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