The Computer History Museum along with MacWorld/iWorld and All Planet Studios are planning a special event on January 25th. It’s the Mac’s 30th birthday.
Particularly interesting is that it’s in the same venue as the original Mac’s introduction on January 24th, 1984, the Flint Center.
Here’s some information:
In a series of panel discussions, members of the original team will share memories about the conception, birth and coming of age of the Apple Macintosh. Previously unreleased video will recreate those early days. One of the evening’s highlights will be featuring Apple’s iconic “1984” commercial, which will be discussed by those who conceived it, including Steve Hayden, Brent Thomas and hopefully (tbd) Lee Clow. Stage events, testimonials and surprise guests will offer a treasure trove of recollections about the era.
You can check out the event and find ticket prices here.