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Published on Mar 26, 2007
This is a Local Commercial (Peoria IL) from 1983 or early 84' I forget. The Lisa is the first commercial computer with a GUI, or Graphical User Interface. Prior to the Lisa, all computers were text based - you typed commands on the keyboard to make the system respond. Now, with the Lisa, you just point-and-click at tiny pictures on the screen with a small rolling device called a 'mouse'. Officially, "Lisa" stood for "Local Integrated Software Architecture", but it was also the name of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' daughter. Credits: Produced by Mary Oakley, Directed by Tom Trucko, Photographer Steve Shaw, Edited by Mark Flesnor & Frank Blain