Bob Mankoff, cartoonist for The New Yorker, shares about his first Mac:

Amazingly, you could draw on it with this thing called a mouse, in Mac Paint.

In practice, it wasn’t so amazing—it was like drawing with a bar of soap, and the cartoons didn’t look very good on a dot-matrix printer. When I showed them to Lee Lorenz, my predecessor as cartoon editor, he wondered what the point was. I had no good answer then, but I liked the Mac so much I wanted to come up with one.

Like Drawing With a Bar of Soap