Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is offering himself up for dinner -- err dinner company, that is.
Computer memory maker Crucial today launched a Mac-centric contest that gives the grand prize winner a dinner with Wozniak in San Francisco, and includes travel there and back.
First prize winners get a considerably less tasty DRAM and SSD upgrade from Crucial. The company is also offering up runner-up prizes of one or the other of those two upgrades.
The contest runs from now until June 15. In order to enter, users need to fill out a survey, which asks when Crucial parent company Micron was founded and how much RAM the original Mac shipped with, among more personal questions like your name and e-mail.
Wozniak -- or "Woz" as he's more commonly known -- co-founded Apple with Steve Jobs and Ronald Wayne in 1976. After leaving Apple, he went on to found remote control company CL 9, which was sold in 1988. Woz later, a company that specializes in solid-state storage drives, as its chief scientist
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