Woz celebrates Apple history at Computer History Museum ‘lovefest’

“If there’s one machine that more than any other shaped the future of the computer business, it almost surely is the Apple I,” Daniel Terdiman reports for CNET News.

Terdiman reports, “And what do you get when you bring together four of the Apple 1 team members–including Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak–behind that groundbreaking computer? A lovefest.”

“That’s what was on display Saturday at the Computer History Museum here as several hundred longtime Silicon Valley veterans and youngsters showed up for a panel discussion called ‘Apple in the Garage’ celebrating Apple’s 30th anniversary,” Terdiman reports.

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  1. I remember then. I started working in High School for a guy who was in the Home and Business Computer Club and who had bought one of the first 300 Apple I machines. We built it into a glass-top coffee table. Heady days.

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