Liam Busey posted a link on comp.sys.apple2 to this Founders At Work interview with Steve Wozniak.
MSN and CNet pan Wozniak and declare Segway Polo as being one of the worst technologies of 2006 (so far).
Woz was interviewed by Business Week in light of his forthcoming biography.
Amazon is taking pre-orders for “I, Woz: How I Invented the Personal Computer and Had Fun Along the Way”, a new hardcover book by Steve Wozniak and Gina Smith.
The Seattle Times has a nice interview with Steve Wozniak on its web site.
This Week in Tech (also known as TWiT), a weekly podcast on technology in a roundtable format, has a special guest this week: Steve Wozniak, inventor of the Apple-1 and Apple II computers and co-founder of Apple Computer, Inc.
US News & World Report has interviewed Steve Wozniak for their Money section. Despite some factual errors in the leadoff paragraph, it’s still an interesting read. And here are recent but unrelated pics of Woz playing Segway Polo.
News.com is featuring coverage from the Homebrew Computer Club’s 30th Anniversary with emphasis on contributions made by Woz and how Apple Computer became so succesful early on. Some of the links are streaming audio and video.
AppleCIDER, a User Group from Rochester, NY has listed items on eBay which were signed by Woz. Links can be found at the bottom of CIDERs webpage. Items include a signed printout of the ‘Sweet 16′ assembly code and Apple II Floating Point Routines. There is also a mousepad or two.
Steve Wozniak is probably most well known as the inventor of the Apple I and II series computers, and as Co-founder of Apple Computer Inc. Many of us also know Woz as a visionary and a man with a strong sense of community. Join us for a sentimental look back at the US Festivals of […]