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Quote of the day: Too shy to speak

Apple's co-founder said he was too shy to speak at the Homebrew Computer Club.

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak reflected on the significance of the Home Computer Club, which boasted a series of well-known technologists back in the mid-1970s and celebrated its 30th anniversary Saturday in Mountain View, Calif., at the Vintage Computer Festival.

"It was the most important thing in my life and every two weeks I lived for it," Wozniak said. "I was too shy to even speak at all. The only two times I ever spoke were to introduce the Apple I and the Apple II." Click here for the full story or of the event.