BasicGallery â€“ historical archive of BasicNet â€“ switched on the Apple-1 on Friday, October 15th, ten days after the inauguration of its cultural study dedicated to the IT Revolution. The Apple-1 is the first personal computer created by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in 1976 in the famous garage in Palo Alto (California). Marco Boglione purchased it in 2010 at a Christieâ€™s auction, making it the Holy Grail of the collection of specimens that marked the history of Information Technology. After replacing two non-working components, the team switched the Apple-1 on and loaded some programs thanks to a board designed by Claudio Parmigiani of 8-bit Lab, BasicGalleryâ€™s laboratory. The Apple-1 then leafed in real-time through Televideo (Teletext pages) connected to a bbs via telnet. Then, the team chatted remotely with an original Imsai 8080. BasicGallery inaugurated its cultural study as an homage to Steve Jobs, the founder of Apple Inc, on the 10th anniversary of his death last October 5th. The exhibition is in Turin, on the first floor of BasicVillage, headquarters of BasicNet, whose business model is fully web integrated.