Technology is sexy or at least it can be, and it’s mostly thanks to Steve Jobs and the iMac that was discovered 24 years ago this week.

Your options for home and office computers in 1998 were boring and boring. So-called white-box computers dominated the personal computer landscape. They were invariably white or beige rectangles, including multiple removable storage slots, a grille that allows a little air to move over large motherboards, and giant CRT monitors balanced on them. The keyboard and mouse were thoughtful efforts that did the job.

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