The Digital Repository at CHM
If you've heard about digital preservation in the news, chances are it was a story about loss or potential loss. For almost 20 years now, we've been warned that we could be facing a "digital dark age." The challenges facing digital preservation are real, but all too often these warnings have not been paired with examples of what people in the field have been doing to face them.
Learn about the steps CHM is taking to ensure it will be able to preserve its already substantial and growing digital collection, with a special focus on the Museum’s new digital repository.READ MORE
Pioneers of the Possible: A Conversation with Silicon Valley Entrepreneurs Heidi Roizen and Michelle Zatlyn
On September 22, 2016, the Exponential Center kicked off its new Founders series with two women entrepreneurs, Heidi Roizen and Michelle Zatlyn, who shared stories on a wide range of topics, including different ways to think about becoming a founder, aha moments from the earliest days of their startups, highs and lows as an entrepreneur, and best advice.
Oral History of Rich Hilleman
Computer game guru and video game producer Rich Hilleman discusses his first experience with computers in elementary school, his work as an 18-year-old courier at the Nevada National Security Site, and his prolific career at Electronic Arts (EA) in his 2012 oral history.
University Video Communications (UVC) Collection
Co-founded in Palo Alto, California, in 1987 by Judith Lemon and Karen Mathews Tucker, University Video Communications (UVC) was a technology education company that produced and distributed classroom-ready video lectures by pioneering industry scientists and engineers. CHM acquired the extensive collection in 1999 and is releasing 112 newly digitized lectures on its YouTube channel.