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

Dr. Ernie Prabhakar <drernie at radicalcentrism.org> on Fri May 25 08:42:52 PDT 2007

June 4th? I can probably be there.

On May 24, 2007, at 8:26 PM, Khare, Rohit wrote:

> Who else is gonna make it? --Rohit
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> Subject: CHM Presents:  Apple Industrial Design From The Insiders  
> Perspective
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> 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.
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> 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.
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> Where	   	 Computer History Museum
> Hahn Auditorium
> 1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.
> Mountain View, CA 94043
> Directions <http://www.computerhistory.org/about/directions//>  	
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> When	   	 Monday, June 4, 2007
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> 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
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> 7 pm Lecture
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> Registration	   	 Free.
> To register or for more information on the event, please visit the  
> Museum's website at:
> www.computerhistory.org/design_06042007
> or Call (650) 810-1005.
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> 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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