Apple celebrates the 30th birthday of the Macintosh by putting up a wonderfully designed page – featuring of course, the Macintosh.
The page features a Mac Timeline that showcases all the various Macs launched over the 30 years – starting from the Macintosh 128k in 1984 to the recently launched Mac Pro. Each section also highlights a famous personality and how the Mac in that year contributed to their line of work.
There’s also a short survey that asks about your first Macintosh and how you used it. The results are showed in an interactive mapping which shows how Macs are used.
My first Macs I owned was a Power Mac G4 “QuickSilver” and a PowerBook G3 “Pismo” in 2002 – both lasted me for almost 6 years before my current machine – the MacBook Pro 2008 model. Though the battery is almost dead, I am still maintaining this site, editing my photos and surfing with it.
Speaking about the first Mac – this is the first time anyone has seen a Mac.
What is your first Mac?