After reading about the fact that Apple had become the most-valuable publicly traded company (not adjusted for inflation) ever, we knew someone who take the time to put all that data in an infographic. And the result is good!
Apple Computers. Elwood was my mentor when I was 22yo for my early fascination with personal computers and programming. He let me program in 8080 machine language with the front-panel of the demo Imsai 8080 that was in his store in 1977. He taught me to solder S-100 boards. I worked in that store on the day in 1982 that IBM had shipped the original marketing materials for the IBM-PC. It came in a tramp steamer trunk, with a Charlie Chaplin cane and hat. I also worked on the Apple ][s and IIIs.