Jack Tramiel at Computer History Museum - Dec. 10 !!!

Date 20-Oct-2007 7:16:37
Topic: Events

Gigantic surprise! Former CEO of Commodore Business Machines, Jack Tramiel, will be making a rare public appearance!

Yesterday I received a message on the answering machine from Karen Tucker, CMO/VP of Public Programs for the Computer History Museum in Mountain View (San Jose area), California.

Here is part of what she said:

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... I thought you might be happy to know that the museum is going to have a celebration of the impact of the Commodore 64 on December 10. It's kind of a 25th anniversary celebration, and Jack Tramiel will speak as well as Steve Wozniak and William C. Lowe, the father of the IBM PC, and Adam Chulaniak (sp?) who was the Amiga guy at Commodore, and we're still settling on the moderator. But I thought that if you are still part of the Fresno Commodore User Group... that you guys might want to make the trip down to Mountain View for this event on December 10.

All day today I've been playing phone tag with Karen in order to get more details and received another message saying that the exact title of that night's program is "The Impact of the Commodore 64: A 25-Year Celebration". More details to come when I find out more.

The Computer History Museum is located at 1401 N.
Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View, California 94043.

The website is www.computerhistory.org

I am so there for this event!
Robert Bernardo

Fresno Commodore User Group
The Other Group of Amigoids

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