Let your Geek flag fly and get down to the Computer History Museum on Monday June 4 for an evening discussion with Robert Brunner and Jerry Manock, two legendary Apple designers. Between the them they were responsible for the Apple II, Apple III, the original Mac, the PowerBook, and the Color Classic (among others). Moderating will be IDEO co-founder Bill Moggridge. Also included will be a photography exhibit and book signing for "Core Memory: A Visual Survey of Vintage Computers" featuring machines from the Computer History Museum. This is a free event (suggested donation, $10) and a rare chance to see some of the pioneers of today's industry on one stage.