[FoRK] Fw: CHM Presents: Apple Industrial Design From The Insiders Perspective

Khare, Rohit <rkhare at commerce.net> on Thu May 24 20:26:32 PDT 2007

Who else is gonna make it? --Rohit

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From: Computer History Museum <event at computerhistory.org>
To: Khare, Rohit
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Subject: CHM Presents:  Apple Industrial Design From The Insiders Perspective



Apple Computer has long been noted for its industrial design prowess and ability to generate public interest with each new offering. Don't miss this unique opportunity to hear fascinating personal stories and perspectives of what it was like to be an industrial designer at Apple. Meet Jerry Manock, designer of the Apple II, Apple III and the original Mac, and Robert Brunner, head of Apple’s newly-formed Industrial Design Group (IDg) in 1990 that produced the PowerBook, Color Classic, and LC 520. Moderated by noted industrial designer and IDEO co-founder Bill Moggridge.

The evening will include a photograph exhibit and book-signing of Core Memory: A Visual Survey of Vintage Computers Featuring Machines from the Computer History Museum with photographer Mark Richards and author John Alderman, published by Chronicle Books.

Where	   	 Computer History Museum
Hahn Auditorium
1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.
Mountain View, CA 94043
Directions <http://www.computerhistory.org/about/directions//>  	

When	   	 Monday, June 4, 2007

6 pm Reception, photography exhibit and book-signing of Core Memory: A Visual Survey of vintage computers Featuring Machines from the Computer History Museum presenting photographs by noted Bay Area photographer Mark Richards and author John Alderman
Wine provided by The Mountain Winery
7 pm Lecture


Registration	   	 Free.
To register or for more information on the event, please visit the Museum's website at:
or Call (650) 810-1005.


Background	   	 The CHM Presents speaker series is an exclusive platform for open, passionate discussions for presenting the computing revolution and its impact on the human experience. These landmark presentations and panel discussions present 
inside stories and personal insights of top information age leaders from industry, government and academia, and assist the Museum in bringing computing history to life.


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The Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, a public benefit organization with a 25-year history as part of the former Boston Computer Museum, preserves and presents for posterity the artifacts and stories of the information age. The Museum is dedicated to exploring the social impact of computing and is home to the world's largest and most significant collection of computing-related items -- from hardware (mainframes, PCs, handhelds, integrated circuits), to software, to computer graphics systems, to the Internet and networking. The collection also includes photos, films, videos, documents, publications, and advertising and marketing materials. 

Currently in its first phase, the Museum brings computing history to life through its popular speaker series, seminars, oral histories and workshops. The Museum also offers self-guided and docent-led tours of "Visible Storage," where nearly 600 objects from the collection are on display. A recent exhibit, “Mastering The Game: A History of Computer Chess,” opened in September 2005. Please check the website for open hours. Future phases will feature full museum exhibits and educational programs, including a timeline of computing history, theme galleries, a research center, and much more. For more information, please visit www.computerhistory.org or call (650) 810-1010. 

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