Back when I was working at the University of Waterloo, I found several copies of a VHS tape sitting on a dusty bookshelf full of old Maple boxes and manuals. The tape's cover had a line drawing of Issac Newton on it and the title "Maple V: The Future of Mathematics".
There was no date on it, but as best as I can tell it is a promotional video for Maple V R3 which was released in 1994.
Watching this video is a little like watching old videos of yourself as a child: funny and embarassing, but also fascinating (also very boring to people who don't know anyone in the video). I am the kind of exciting person who makes other people watch this video at parties. And now that I have a digital copy of the video, I can share it with you, my close personal friend, the internet.
"Maple V: The Future of Mathematics" on YouTube