Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has listed the rollout of a national broadband network as one of the reasons he wants to become an Australian. Mr Wozniak told The Australian Financial Review in Sydney that he had spoken to Communications Minister Stephen Conroy and was in support of the federal government’s fibre rollout.
What impresses us, though, is Steve's business card. It's a solid peice of etched metal, each one seemingly individually numbered, and thin enough to also be somewhat lethat if gripped a little too tight. Nonetheless, this is easily one of the coolest business cards we've ever seen, and a sure way to make sure you're not forgotten in a hurry.
It is perhaps fitting that students at a school focused on technology, science and math met on their first day of school one of the pioneers of 20th and 21st century technology. Apple Computer co-founder Steve “Woz” Wozniak paid a visit to Tech Valley High School on Thursday, touring the school, meeting students, faculty and fellow business supporters of TVHS, and answering questions during a 90-minute stop at the East Greenbush campus.
Event Series "The Men Who Built America" Premieres Tuesday, October 16 at 9 p.m. on History(R) The eight-part series features interviews with Mark Cuban, Alan Greenspan, Charles Schwab, Jack Welch, Steve Wozniak and more!
HIGH POINT, N.C., Sept. 10, 2012 - High Point University will continue its tradition of bringing internationally renowned thought leaders to campus by featuring co-founder of Apple Computer, Inc. and Silicon Valley icon Steve Wozniak as its Commencement speaker on May 4, 2013.
Tickets are still available for the presentation Oct. 29 at the Mondavi Center featuring Apple Inc. cofounder Steve Wozniak. The conversation with Wozniak starts at 8 p.m. on Oct. 29 and will be moderated by Enrique Lavernia, dean of the University of California Davis College of Engineering, which is celebrating its 50th year.
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple computers, holds up his iPhone as he gives a talk to students, faculty, staff and guests at Tech Valley High School on Thursday, Sept. 6, 2012 in Rensselaer, NY. Wozniak said that he believes one day the smart phone will have the ability to sense smells, saying that the phone already incorporates other human like senses. Wozniak took a student led tour of the school before giving a talk and answering questions from the students. Wozniak was the featured speaker on the first day of classes for students. (Paul Buckowski / Times Union)
Steve Wozniak told Tech Valley High School students today that he’d rather be known for helping people than starting a computer company. Even if that computer company is Apple Inc.
The US Festival was an event that had a staggering impact on the world of rock and roll. Despite only existing for two short years, it would help to lay the groundwork for the modern festivals (Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, Coachella, etc.) which we enjoy now.
Computerworld Australia - Christie's today said it will auction off an Apple 1 computer from the firm's first batch, and predicted the machine will sell for as much as $126,000 when it hits the block in October. The Apple-1 -- which consisted of a circuit board hand-built by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak -- first went on sale in July 1976 for $666.66. About 200 units were produced. According to Christie's, there are about 50 surviving Apple-1 computers.