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Watch Steve Jobs demonstrate the Macintosh to the public for the first time

27
Jan
2014

Steve Jobs debuted the first Macintosh computer before a packed room of shareholders on January 24th, 1984. But that wasnt the end of the story: only days later, Jobs appeared before the Boston Computer Society to show the Mac to the public for the first time. The BCS was an important audience for Jobs to court, since founder Jonathan Rotenberg was a noted industry figure at the time. But this was Jobs in his glory.

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