I always remember watching this interview with Jony Ive on Channel 4 (UK) a number of years ago. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j-sHt0y-0Cg I decided to dig it up recently, and was particularly interested in the part where he describes using a Mac for the first time. It got me thinking about my own experiences growing during the 90's in England. Any one reading this from the UK will surely agree with me that Mac computers were not a part of our education (excluding university). I was 8 when I first used a mac, it was at a friends house and I didn't find it particularly impressive, just weird because I didn't know you could have a computer that wasn't windows. I believe it was one from the late 80's so was looking a little dated. But I do remember being curious. I didn't use one again until I was doing work experience at the age of 15, it was the G4, or sunflower stem iMac, I was blown away for a number of reasons, it was fun, it looked amazing and it was totally alien to me. This is probably the moment I decided to pledge my consumer allegiance to Apple, rightly or wrongly. You probably aren't as interested in this as I seem to be, but I just find it special that I found it so easy to remember my first taste of Apple. I could't do that for many other products. I also wish that there was more of a Mac culture in the UK whilst I was growing up. It's a shame, because businesses don't seem to want to adopt them either . Anyway, if you have a few minutes I want to hear your first experiences with anything Apple, not just Macs. I would appreciate it because I will be using something relating to this for a project at university.