June 2010


Recently Ron Wayne, co-founder of the original Apple Computer Company, was interviewed by CNN. From the article: Ron Wayne is usually just another gambler at the Nugget Hotel & Casino in Nevada. He comes here a couple of days a week to try his luck on the video poker machine. But on this trip, he drew some curious onlookers, as he was escorted by a CNN camera crew. A gift-shop worker asked him if he's famous. "Well, I'm one of the founders of Apple Computer," Wayne responded. Read more to see the video...

'Lost' Apple Founder Has No Regrets - NPR

June 13th, 2010 - This past week, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the fourth-generation iPhone. It's just one more achievement for Apple, now the largest tech company in the world, worth well over $220 billion. The story of Apple's founding is the stuff of legend in Silicon Valley. Two young programmers, Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak created the company out of nothing. But there was a third founder — Ron Wayne. On April Fools' Day 1976, he got together with Jobs and Wozniak to write Apple's incorporation document.