Mike Boich brought home stories to tell. When he boarded the plane, for instance, to fly back from a trade show in February 1985 and the storage over his head was already full, Boich, one of Macintosh's original software evangelists, went for the overhead storage behind him.
He touched the handle ever so slightly. The door sprung open. Out and crashing down came the Osbourne 1, possibly the first portable computer in 1981 at slightly over 11 kg (24 pounds).
A woman was injured slightly. Boich looked around and spotted a mustached man down the aisle who picked up his gaze: Adam Osborne, the computer's creator, said: "You shouldn't blame yourself entirely!"
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