In January of 1984, Steve Jobs unveiled the Apple Macintosh publicly for the first time to a packed house at the Boston Computer Society. A little over a year later, Steve Jobs would be booted from the driver’s seat (only to return after an eleven year banishment). Time Magazine got the exclusive to debut this 90-minute video of computer history this week. The whole story is beautifully shared here, by Time’s Harry McCracken.

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