Genius versus bricks-and-mortar in the head

In 1983, Australian Terry Crews developed the world's first laptop, but the banks didn't think it was a project worth funding. Three decades later, he's about to launch a new device – only this time he's not at the mercy of a brain-dead financial sector.

Australia could have been the world leader in laptop computers -- if we didn’t have a brain-dead financial sector.


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