Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Business & Technology | Tech legacy preserved in Computer History Museum | Seattle Times Newspaper

Glad to see this; I'm still bummed about the closing of the Boston Computer Museum

Mountain View, Calif., soon will offer technology enthusiasts something they can't see anywhere else: an original copy of Apple's first business plan.

There's also a prototype for an Apple computer code-named Cadillac that never made it to market, a 1982 Commodore 64, and wooden wagon wheels that once graced a bar popular among Silicon Valley engineers.

Business & Technology | Tech legacy preserved in Computer History Museum | Seattle Times Newspaper

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