These are photos taken at the photo booth at Woz' 62nd birthday party.
Steve Wozniak, one of the two famous Steves who created Apple Computer back in the early days of Silicon Valley, went to the Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco this evening, unaware that a party was brewing there in his honor. The surprise birthday party was thrown by Fusion-io, the company that employs Wozniak as chief scientist. Secretly invited guests arrived to find pink boas, noise makers, and a chance to play Tetris, according to AllThingsD, who took some photos at the event.
What a long, strange trip it was. Last night. Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak was feted with a surprise party for his upcoming 62nd birthday in San Francisco late Wednesday. Several hundred friends, former business associates, assorted hangers-on and others squeezed into the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts to toast one of the nicest guys in Silicon Valley history. The ever-gracious Woz put up with some strange shenanigans, including an impromptu quasi-strip routine from Big Al (no one seemed to know who he was) and a long promotional video for DNA technology. There was some corporate tie-in that few paid attention to. Despite the distractions, he hung around and took photos with anyone who asked. That included a camera-shy Drew Carey, who looked very fit in a suit and tie. See photos of: Drew Carey
The hottest event in San Francisco tonight is a birthday party. Why? The birthday boy is Steve Wozniak. Fusion-io, where Woz is chief scientist, planned the party as a surprise for the Apple co-founder at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Guests secretly invited to the museum received pink boas, noisemakers, and a chance to test their skills on Tetris — a Woz favorite.
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