I’m speaking at the Apple Store. You coming?

I’ve had a long history with Apple products.

And it goes back a long way before the iPhone commercial.

I was coming-of-age at the same time as the personal computer, and thankfully I had parents that fed my dream of being Matthew Broderick in WarGames (minus the global thermonuclear war part).  I worked on Radio Shack TRS-80 Terminals, had a Texas Instruments TI-99, and peeked and poked on the Commodore 64.  But my favorite home computers were the pre-Macintosh Apple II and IIe.  I can’t tell you how many nights I stayed up way past my bedtime playing Zork (insert end-of-an-80s-movie chants of “Nerd” here).

And now, it’s not uncommon to see me typing on my MacBook Air, with the iPad right next to me, as I talk on my iPhone.

So, you can imagine how much fun doing that iPhone commercial was for me.

The only thing cooler would be speaking at the flagship Apple Store.

And now that’s happening!

Next Monday, April 25th at 7:00 PM, I’ll be speaking at the 5th Ave store here in Manhattan.  The subject?  My favorite:  Broadway Plugged-In.

Hope you can make it!  Maybe they’ll set up Zork on an IIe for us!

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  • Brian Munroe says:

    I peeked and poked on a Commodore PET in junior high, making a pacman-esque game. Back when junior high was junior high and not middle school. Thanks for bringing back the memories

  • Donna says:

    I’ll be there in spirit. My tech crush with Apple started with a turnkey sound company using a Mac on steroids in the 80’s. Have fun.

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