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Woz tells Homebrew how Apple grew

At the Homebrew Computer Club's 30th anniversary party, Steve Wozniak recalls building early Apples on the cheap.

At the Homebrew Computer Club's 30th anniversary party, attendees including Apple co-founder and speed coder Steve Wozniak reminisce about the unique atmosphere in the mid-1970s Bay Area.

video Steve Wozniak says that going to Homebrew Computer Club meetings taught him a lot that was useful in creating Apple.
November 7, 2005

video Wozniak tells the 30th anniversary crowd about building Apples on the cheapest parts and processors that could be found.
November 7, 2005

Among those joining in the festivities are Osborne 1 designer Lee Felsenstein and the notorious Cap'n Crunch.
November 6, 2005

At the Vintage Computer Festival, a look at machines from the early days of computing.
November 7, 2005

Crowd gathers for Homebrew Computer Club's 30th

Veterans of the PC-pioneering Homebrew Computer Club gather to remember old times at the Vintage Computer Festival.
November 5, 2005

video As Wozniak reminisces about writing hex code, Felsenstein and Allen Baum praise him as the world's fastest code typer.
November 7, 2005

video Wozniak divulges the reasoning behind the infamous computer price.
November 7, 2005