This year marks the 35th anniversary of the Apple II, and if you're still in the mood for nostalgia, you can check out a lengthy piece on the computer written by none other than Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak. In 1977 Wozniak penned a feature for Byte magazine that goes into great detail about the machine, and the piece has since been re-printed online for your browsing pleasure. Wozniak opens up by describing his ideal PC, before explaining many of the technical aspects of the Apple II. "To me, a personal computer should be small, reliable, convenient to use, and inexpensive," he wrote. It's a lengthy read, so be sure to check out the source link below to see the entire piece.