Some ignore birthdays as a way of denying the inevitable passing of time. Others embrace it and create a memorable event. Marc Canter’s 50th was in the latter category. Interesting people, great conversation, and tasty food capped off by Marc’s slide show. Quite the aggregation.
Many of Marc’s friends showed up and a good time was had by all. I particularly enjoyed meeting Raines Cohen, a legendary figure in Macintosh history. He founded the Berkeley Macintosh User’s Group (BMUG) back in the day.
He looked dashing in his pirate hat and brandished a high end bottle of grape juice. Like many pioneers, he’s moved on to new endeavors. This is important stuff and we ought to pay attention.