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Chow down with Woz, oh lucky winner

A new contest from memory maker Crucial is giving one grand prize winner a chance to dine with Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.

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Dinner with Woz

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 joined Fusion-io, a company that specializes in solid-state storage drives, as its chief scientist