Vince Patton recently discovered a tape in his father's basement of a 1984 presentation to the Denver Apple Pi computer club by Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak. Mr. Wozniak spoke about the early days of Apple, making the Apple I computer, his career as a prankster, and being on probation for computer abuse. He also leads the group in a pledge of allegiance to Apple, including the phrase "One notion under Jobs." He broke up the video in nine YouTube-sized segments. They're great, and the videos are in amazing condition. Randy Wiggington—Apple employee #6 and original Macintosh team member—also spoke about the last minute work on the Macintosh before it shipped.
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