Steve Jobs is known the world over for his involvement in Apple Inc., but computer buffs know Steve 'Woz' Wozniak was the brains behind the personal computing revolution. Steve Wozniak created the first Apple computer, while Apple co-founder Steve Jobs oversaw the sales and marketing aspects. The Apple I computer transformed the fledgling personal computer industry; it was sold as an assembled product, while at the time its competitors were sold as kits to be put together by consumers.
The Apple I computer, invented by Steve Wozniak. Image: Ed Uthman via Wikimedia Commons.
This August, Think Inc is bringing a unique opportunity to hear Steve Wozniak speak. He will be appearing in Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney. While details on what he will be covering in his talk have not been released, it is sure to be an inspiring and illuminating evening, particularly for those interested in the history of computing.
Prices range from $90 to $180 per person, depending on where you are seated. Student tickets are available for a bargain $65. For serious fans of Steve Wozniak, there are meet and greet tickets available at $406 per person. Ensure you book your tickets ahead of time.