Lost and Found: Andy Warhol's Amiga Artworks
Andy Warhol, one of the most renowned artists of the twentieth century, discovered the computer as a creative tool two years before his death. Some of Warhol's works created using an Amiga are just now coming to light, due to an intrepid band of artists, curators, and technologists working together to access and preserve his digital files.READ MORE
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Cut, Copy, and Paste
Larry Tesler, computer scientist, pioneer, and the legend who coined the terms "cut, copy, and paste," talks about his early years at the Bronx High School of Science, his time at the Stanford Intelligence Library (SAIL) during the 1960s, work on the POLOS and PUB projects as well as Smalltalk and NoteTaker at Xerox PARC.
Revolutionaries Season 3 on KQED
Revolutionaries, the interview series produced by the Computer History Museum, in association with KQED Silicon Valley, returns for a third season. Take your front row seat for these intriguing conversations with renowned Silicon Valley leaders and innovators. The series airs on KQED Plus on Tuesdays at 7pm.