Velcro is like wallpaper on Space Station, effortlessly holding things in weightless place. A microscope shows how.
The Mac turns 30: a visual history
Jobs said in his introduction that Apple had been working on the Macintosh for two years. In the next thirty, it did much more. Apple changed an industry, lost its way for a while, and then found it again. It made dozens of models, many quickly forgotten and a few long remembered. These are some of the best, coolest, strangest, and most important Macs of the last three decades.
Slightly sleazy slow jam by one of New Zealand’s best.