Join us as we live the time-traveler's dream—the deep, lucid, [https://youtube.googleapis.com/v/r3EbwSOpw_A|Orwellian vision|new_window=true] of hope, fear, and nostalgia that is 1984. Just in time for its 30th anniversary, we laid hands on an '84 original: the Macintosh 128K. And, you guessed it—we're tearing it down like it's the Berlin Wall.
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