On May 3, 1984, Apple marked the all-important first 100 days after the Mac launch. Early signs indicated the Macintosh would become a hit. (via Cult of Mac - Tech

On May 3, 1984, Apple marked the all-important first 100 days after the Mac launch. Early signs indicated the Macintosh would become a hit.

(via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)

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