One day, I was browsing Craigslist and I found something interesting. This is an AT&T Unix PC. From 1985, this is the oldest computer I own. It's older than I am (I was born in 1988).
I met a woman who told me the story of this machine. She told me it was her husband's - purchased from the RIT store in 1987 - and that it was never opened.
This is the story of unboxing and setting up a machine using 5.25" floppy disks and exploring Unix (and even DOS) from the 80's.