Homebrew Computer Club Reunion, more!

Homebrew Computer Reunion – more pics and a few words. Watch Steve Wozniak on the video and be sure and see the first post on the reunion, Homebrew Computer.

Hilda Sendyk, Daniel Kottke

Hilda Sendyk and Daniel Kottke

Monday night at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, with the commingling of people like Bob Marsh and those from was magical.  The story of the current tech boom was born in the love of revolution that Steve Wozniak talked about. And he  gives us a few thoughts on why he thought Homebrew wouldn’t want him:


Hilda Sendyk, Homebrew Computer Reunion 2013

Hilda Sendyk, without whom there would have been no 38th Homebrew Reunion.


Code Hero


Glass and I. I recorded the past and found the future.  Ok glass, take a picture, record tomorrow, and google my possibilities. Homebrew was where you were conceived. 23andme can find it in your DNA.

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