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I, Woz: The Apple I

Read Chapter 13 to learn more about the Apple I. The Apple I had no permanent storage, which means that programs had to be typed into it each time they were needed. Wozniak's solution was to add a tape cassette storage system. How do you think this idea of a simple storage mechanism for programs changed the face of computing, and of personal technology items in general?


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