10 years ago today Apple shipped the original Bondi iMac. Mac OS 8.1 running on a 233MHz G3 with 32MB RAM, 4GB disc, 24X CD-ROM drive, 1024x768 CRT and an integrated 56 Kbps modem. Funny to think that it was state-of-the-art at the time. I remember people freaking out because of it's lack of floppy drive saying the lack of a floppy drive would be the death of it. Instead it's the machine many credit for saving Apple and being a turnaround point for them. I still have my original bondi iMac in the other room right now (bought it in Sept '98).