Woz to answer questions live online on November 21

“Computing legend Steve Wozniak will be online Tuesday, Nov. 21 at 2pm ET to answer questions and discuss his recently published memoir: iWoz: Computer Geek to Cult Icon,” The Washington Post reports.

“Steve Wozniak is best known for inventing one of the first personal computers which ignited the computer revoluation, but he’s also held the lofty titles of concert promoter, fifth-grade teacher, philanthropist, and is known as an irrepressible prankster,” The Washington Post reports.

You can submit a question or comment to Woz now or during the discussion via The Washington Post here.

Related articles:
Woz visits Microsoft, speaks to overflow crowd – October 07, 2006
Stephen Colbert interviews Woz – September 29, 2006
Woz and former Apple execs buy Jazz Semiconductor – September 27, 2006
The Wall Street Journal interviews Apple co-founder Woz – September 26, 2006
iWoz autobiography hits bookstores – September 26, 2006
Woz to speak at Philadelphia Library on September 30th – September 14, 2006
Woz’s new autobiography coming in September – August 25, 2006
Woz plans 2007 Hummer ride to South Pole with Buzz Aldrin, James Cameron to film in 3D – August 04, 2006
Video: Woz playing Segway polo (and bonking pedestrian on head) – July 08, 2006
Apple CEO Steve Jobs declines to write foreword for Woz’s autobiography – April 14, 2006
Apple Computer co-founder Steve Wozniak autobiography ‘I, Woz’ coming this fall – April 11, 2006

5 Comments

  1. I have nothing against Woz and I’m glad that he built the first Apple computer, but pardon me for asking: Has he done anything a little more recently? I mean, is he really a big expert on 21st century technology when he appears to have retired 20 years ago?

  2. “I’m glad that he built the first Apple computer….
    Has he done anything a little more recently?”

    i’m sure albert einstein and christian barnard (1st heart tranplant) faced the same skepticism 25 years later.

    i think its great Woz is expessing his views. i would also like to hear more from paul allen.

    without them, would apple and microsoft exist?

Reader Feedback

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.