Apple Artifact from a Forgotten World: It Shipped!
Found in my closet. (Click thumbnail for full version.)
Here’s the explanation:
In 1995 I went indie. My company was called World Wide Power & Light. (Another company already had a similar name, so we renamed the company to Ranchero Software later in 1996. In those days all the cool domain names ended with a vowel: Tango, Marimba, etc.)
The price was $99 and we sold 9 copies.
But I was brand-new to all this, and I loved it.
(It looks like our product page is still on the Wayback Machine.)
Update 4:05 pm: Yes, our search engine was called Spotlight. This was long before there was a Spotlight feature on Macs.