Mountain View Voice

News - April 22, 2011

Microsoft co-founder speaks at Computer History Museum

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen will talk about his new memoir at 7 p.m. Monday, April 25, at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View in an event co-sponsored by the museum and Kepler's bookstore.

In the memoir, "Idea Man," Allen discusses the early days of Microsoft, his battles with lymphoma, and the things he's learned, through trial and error, in his various endeavors.

Tickets include a copy of the book; they are $32 for one or $40 for two, and can be purchased on the Kepler's website www.keplers.com/paul-allen-event-tickets, or by phone at 324-4321.

The museum is at 1401 N. Shoreline Blvd.

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