November 05, 2006

A Belated 30th Birthday Celebration For The Apple I

CNET | Woz highlights celebration of Apple's history

If there's one machine that more than other shaped the future of the computer business, it almost surely is the Apple I.

And what do you get when you bring together four of the team--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 alike showed up for a panel discussion called "Apple in the Garage" celebrating Apple's 30th anniversary.

It would have been nice to be there. And even nicer had Jobs attended and shared his memories.

Posted by ronn at November 5, 2006 09:14 PM

It would also be nice if MacWorld Expo was still held at the Javits Center, but I like dreaming. On behalf of my past computers, the SE30, Performa 6116 CD, G3 iBook, and my current Intel-equipped iMac, I'd like to wish Apple a happy 30th birthday. Posted by: Bernie [TypeKey Profile Page] on November 5, 2006 11:25 PM
Unfortunately, it probably won't ever return to NYC because of the high costs and I think Apple wants to limit its outreach to such large expos. I hope to attend the SanFran expo one of these years. Posted by: ronn [TypeKey Profile Page] on November 8, 2006 09:47 AM
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