Today in 1983 Apple released the first commercially available personal computer with a mouse and a graphical interface, the Apple Lisa. It had a 5 MHz clock speed, ran 1 MB of RAM, and came equipped with twin 5¼ inch floppy drives. It ran its own operating system — LisaOS — and came with programs to write documents, draw, and generate graphs. It cost $9,995, was a complete commercial failure, and was discontinued within three years.
But there are still Lisa’s floating around out there. Not just as collector’s items, either — this guy uses his Lisa 2 (a later model released around the time of the Macintosh) to host the most boring website ever. Seriously, this site about getting the most out of PostScript and Ghostscript I just found through a random Google search is more interesting. I don’t even know what the fuck Ghostscript is.