BREAKING TREDITION ON THIS DAY IN 1982

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Breaking its 55-year tradition of naming a “Man of the Year”, Time magazine
proclaimed the personal computer “Machine of the Year”. The was the first time
a non-human received the honors since Charles Lindbergh was named in 1927. 

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Aviator Charles Lindbergh was TIME’s first Man of the Year.

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