Stephen Hackett, on Apple’s fortieth birthday:
I first met the Mac in high school. A single machine — a kinda crappy PowerMac G3 All-in-One — set the course for so many things in my life. I wrote articles and designed newspaper pages on that computer, making the hardware and software to bend to my will.
I learned that I could take an idea and brute force it into the world.
And for that, Apple, thank you, from all of us.