The Computer History Museum is excited to announce the second in a series of commemorative events whose purpose is to capture the stories and memorabilia of the Information Age.
The details are still being formulated, but for now the target date is Saturday, March 1, 2003. The event will be held in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The plans so far include a series of panels led by current and former Apple employees, and other high-tech luminaries on how Apple made history, literally, during the years 1977 - 1993. This all-day program is open to Apple employees (past and current), Apple users, Apple lovers, Apple fanatics, students, analysts, media and interested public - in other words - everyone.
In the evening, there will be a celebration for Apple employees only (1977 to 1993) to get together to reminisce, argue, drink, eat and do what Apple Computer people have always done when they get together- come up with mind-blowing ideas that will change the world.
If you are interested in this historic event, please sign up to be on the mailing list so we can keep you updated as more information becomes available.
We look forward to seeing you there ... and in the meantime, think about your favorite Apple stories so you can share them for posterity!