At the recently re-opened, renovated and expanded San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA), there’s currently a first-rate design exhibition that offers examples of important, game-changing innovation, including the first Apple Macintosh computer from 1984. This one appears to be in mint condition.
The Apple Macintosh computer turned 30-years old this past week. Apple has produced a website and short video that looks at some famous Mac users and talks with them about their first Macs and how the machines have changed the way they work. Check it.
Check out these technology ads from the 1980s that Mashable has discovered. These are mostly magazine ads for companies like Apple and Sony that are amusing if not downright hilarious and in some cases surprisingly, accurately prescient about what the future would be like, such as this ad for Compuserve, which was an early dial-up Internet access company before the Web as we know it today even existed.