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The computer flop that set the course for AppleStuff.co.nzThe Lisa computer – which stands for Local Integrated Software Architecture, but which was also named after Steve Jobs’ eldest daughter – was a flop when it released in 1983 because of its astronomical price of US$10,000 (NZ$14,080), or US$24,700 when …Source code for Apple’s 1983 Lisa computer to be made public next yearPhys.OrgApple Lisa source code to be released soonThe ColumnistApple’s Lisa Operating System Gets A 2018 Rerelease Date, And You Won’t Need $10000 To Buy ItBrinkwire (press release)all 4 news articles »

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