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'Love Notes to Newton'

The Newton, created by Apple, arrived on the scene in 1993 and was an early pen-based mobile computer. It had spent 6 years in production, was elegantly designed and highly anticipated, in the end, the dream didn’t last long and in 1998 Apple stopped selling the product. Though it was no longer being mass produced, people still loved the device they had. Soon a community of Newton lovers emerged.

Join us for a screening of Love Notes to Newton, a film about a little green computer and the people who love it. The film features over 40 interviews including Steve Capps (responsible for much of the software design of the Apple Lisa, Macintosh, and Newton), John Sculley (former CEO of Apple Computer), as well as the quirky and unique fans of the platform. After the film, there will be a Q & A with the filmmaker.

Friday, 04/19/19


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Computer History Museum

1401 N Shoreline Blvd
Mountain View, CA 94043