Stephen Hackett joins Jason to wrap up the series and discuss all the Macs that didn't make the list.
From November 20, 2020: Titanium PowerBook G4, MacBook Air, the original Macintosh, PowerBook 140/170, and iMac G3.
From August 31, 2020: The Macintosh Portable, Power Computing clones, iMac G4, Power Mac G4 Cube, iBook, Macintosh SE/30, and laying out pages at college newspapers.
An interview from June 12, 2020 covering the first nine entries in the series.
From November 20, 2020: Titanium PowerBook G4, MacBook Air, the original Macintosh, PowerBook 140/170, iMac G3, and to his great dismay, John learns Jason's final rankings.
John Siracusa discusses six more old Macs for the 20 Macs for 2020 Project.
Two interviews with John Siracusa used for the 20 Macs for 2020 podcast, discussing the first nine entries in the series.
It was the late 90s and Apple was on the ropes. Steve Jobs knew the company needed a lifeline, fast. And 10 months after Jobs took back control of the company, he announced the product that would fund Apple's resurgence and change its future forever.
After the failure of the Macintosh Portable, Apple took a different approach to designing a laptop. The result helped tip the balance of power between humans and computers.
The first Mac followed in the Lisa's footsteps and had a lot of limitations--but it changed the course of the computer industry forever.