Today is possible to relive the thrills that computer geeks had back in the 70’s, when the only way to own computer was to build one, by hand, literally. One of these computers was the Apple I, the father of all, a great computer designed and hand build by the co-founder of Apple Computer, Steve Wozniak.
Submitted by Tom Owad on December 2, 2005 - 12:41pm
An interview with Ray Borril, founder of the Data Domain and one of the first resellers of the Apple I. In the era of the Altair, Borril "listened to Steve's sales pitch and it seemed like a good idea to be able to offer a computer that did not require any soldering skill."
Submitted by Tom Owad on February 28, 2005 - 5:24pm
"The Apple ][ was really the computer designed from the ground up that would kick off personal computing on a large scale. But the Apple I took the biggest step of all. Some very simple concepts are very hard to do the first time. This computer told the world that small computers should never again come with geeky front panels, but rather with human keyboards, ready to type on." - Steve Wozniak, from the Foreword