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Founder Steven Jobs and CEO/Chairman John Sculley pose with an early Macintosh computer. Jobs later split from the company only to return as interim CEO several years later.
SURFING THE WEB: Josh Harris was known as the “Warhol of the Web” during the dot-com boom for his social experiments that tested the effects of technology on humans, like his infamous “Quiet” project, where more than 100 people lived together under the lenses of webcams for 30 days. Sundance Award-winning documentarian Ondi Timoner (“DiG”) examines Harris’ life and how much privacy people give up online in her latest project, “We Live In Public,” which receives its Chicago première at the Music Box. 3733 N. Southport Ave.; Lakeview. 7:30 p.m. $9.25.
ARTSY FARTSY: Around The Coyote’s Fall Arts Festival kicks off tonight in Wicker Park with an opening party that gives a preview of what this year’s fest has to offer. Blu Coral Sushi will provide free appetizers and $2 domestic and $3 imported beers from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. See Around The Coyote’s Web site for more details.
LADIES NIGHT: The feminist dance party Decibelle feature Emmy Award-winning Me’Shell Ndegeocello at the Old School of Folk Music, but things really get going at the after-party DJ set by JD Samson from Le Tigre and MEN at Berlin. 954 W. Belmont Ave.; Lakeview. 10 p.m. $7 at the door. 21 and older.