Apple’s Lisa computer gets 40th birthday party at Computer History Museum

An Apple Lisa computer, which was first released Jan. 19, 1983, was on display at a 40th anniversary event held Jan. 31, 2023 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View. (Sal Pizarro/Bay Area News Group)

The Computer History Museum in Mountain View threw a 40th birthday party Tuesday night for Apple’s Lisa computer, a gathering that drew a few dozen former Apple employees who worked on the project — as well as a surprise video cameo by Lisa Brennan-Jobs.

“We all know the Lisa computer is named the Locally Integrated Software Architecture computer, so it’s such a crazy coincidence that we share

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