Happy Macintosh Enamel Pin
35 years ago, when we were just a Baby Shop of Pins, Apple Inc. released the Macintosh personal computer. It had a whopping 128k RAM of memory and a graphic user interface in which you used a thing called a “mouse” to click on “icons” to activate certain tasks. Before the Macintosh, all computers were text-based, which meant you operated by typing commands with the keyboard.
Can you imagine a life without computers, let alone a mouse?? We know we can’t.
The first Macintosh had a 9-inch screen and sold for $2500. Now you can have your own 1-inch Macintosh screen for under $10. The times sure have changed, right?
We have 2 versions of the Macintosh computer. First is the iconic “hello.” screen from the classic Macintosh ads from the 80’s and the second being the smiling face icon (originally designed by Susan Kare) which appeared when the computer booted up.
Black Rubber Clutch
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