Lee Felsenstein viewing and commenting on the Sac State 8008 early microcomputer. Joining him are Bob Frankston (co-creator of VisiCalc) and Bruce Damer (DigiBarn Computer Museum founder and curator) behind the camera. Lee is an expert in early homebrew computing and knowledgeable about microcomputers from the early to mid 1970s. The Sac State 8008 was an intel 8008 based microcomputer built in 1972-73 by Bill Pentz and his team at Sacramento State University, working with Intel and Tektronix. It may well be the first complete microcomputer ever assembled, with an operating system, hard disk support, color display, drivers for peripherals and much more. Lee is commenting on the importance of this early exemplar and its effect or lack of effect of the history that came later.