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Eat, Drink & Be Techie

Eat, Drink & Be Techie

Kick Off Your Weekend with Friday Nights @CHM

Friday Nights @CHM is offering you a whole new way to experience the Computer History Museum this summer. From 5 to 9 p.m., enjoy rotating food trucks, CHM exhibits, live music, interactive programming, film screenings, and much more!

An Early Door to Cyberspace: The Community Memory Terminal

An Early Door to Cyberspace: The Community Memory Terminal

The first Community Memory terminal was installed at Leopold’s Records in Berkeley, CA. The terminal connected by modem to a time-sharing computer in San Francisco, which hosted the electronic bulletin-board system. Users could exchange brief messages about a wide range of topics: apartment listings, music lessons, even where to find a decent bagel.

The MRI of the Future May Be Wearable & Telepathic

The MRI of the Future May Be Wearable & Telepathic

From “Screen Queen” to imaging innovator, Openwater CEO Mary Lou Jepsen talks about her new medical venture, healthcare costs, and why she advocates for STEAM, not just STEM, in education during our May 4 CHM Live event.

Tour  <em>Revolution</em> Anytime, Anywhere!

Tour Revolution Anytime, Anywhere!

Enhance your experience of our signature exhibition with the official audio tour

Narrated by NPR correspondent Laura Sydell, this tour features insider stories from CHM staff and volunteers, voices of computer pioneers such as Gordon Moore and Ed Catmull, historical images, and beautiful photographs of computing artifacts.

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