Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak turns 70 today, and you can celebrate by attending his celebrity-filled virtual birthday party, which takes place in just a few hours at 8 p.m. ET. Today’s party also starts an “11 Days of Wozdom” social media competition, where Apple products signed by Woz are offered as prizes.
The party isn’t just an excuse to celebrate an important figure in American tech history, however. It’s also a fundraiser in support of the Jewel’s Inspiring Children Foundation (yes, like Grammy-nominated singer Jewel). She will host the celebrations tonight, which will be attended by a large number of singers, actors, comedians and other notable celebrities. It̵
Wozniak started as an engineer at HP where he was turned down five times to make a personal computer. While at HP, he met Steve Jobs and designed Apple’s first computers, Apple I and Apple II. Wozniak has since become a very public figure, and although he left Apple in 1985, he is still close to the one he co-founded Companies connected (and even waiting for a new iPhone to launch outside an Apple Store, just like the rest of us). He’s also not afraid to speak out against Apple or other tech companies.
If you’d like to see Wozniak’s birthday party tonight, you can tune in on the birthday party website, Twitch, or Twitter. Celebrations begin at 8 p.m. ET.