“In 1977, I was given the maker-tech-hacker-geek bug by Nick DeWolf,” wrote Bradley, recalling that DeWolf was “the prototype of a maker and a maker of prototypes.” DeWolf, an MIT grad and a co-founder of Teradyne, moved from Boston to take up residence in Aspen. There he designed the ON! computer system, which featured booted up instantly. DeWolf is shown proudly holding his ON! computer below.
A salute to Nick DeWolf in conjunction with a Mini Maker Faire in Aspen this Saturday, July 10 from 10 am to 3pm in Gondola Plaza.