Apple co-founder to visit New Zealand
Thu, 23 Feb 2012 8:33p.m.
The co-founder of Apple Steve Wozniak is set to visit Auckland to present a seminar.
Individual tickets to the event titled "The Apple Story: Disruptive Innovative, Inspiration and Entrepreneurial Wizardry" on May 21 cost between $795 and $995.
Wozniak will talk about Apple's "fundamental business philosophy" and the late Steve Jobs' legacy.
Wozniak co-founded Apple Computer Co, now Apple Inc, with Jobs and Ronald Wayne.
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24/02/2012 6:56:47 a.m.
Woz is/was a true tech genius and pioneer. Would love to hear him talk, but can't make it unfortunately.
23/02/2012 11:41:26 p.m.
margaret hester wrote:
i met woz when my dad took me to the wellington apple user group breakfast back in the early 90's. enough with jobs. woz is a god, but why we don't talk about the "software wizard" that is hertzfeld, i have no idea!
23/02/2012 8:53:25 p.m.
The WOZ is a God, His coding gave life to the Apple mime of Wysiwyg pioneered at Palo Alto. However as KimDotCom has shown the business model of take, take, take is dead long live open source the peoples operating system.
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