Launching the Exponential Center
On June 2-3, 2016, the Computer History Museum launched its new Exponential Center, the first museum institution devoted to capturing the legacy—and advancing the future—of Digital Age entrepreneurship and innovation in Silicon Valley and around the world. On Thursday, June 2, 250 innovators, entrepreneurs, and executives gathered for the evening gala, titled “From 1 to 1 Billion: Celebrating the Founders and Builders of the Digital Age.”READ MORE
Jim Porter and the History of the Global Storage Industry
James N. "Jim" Porter tracked the global storage industry to generate possibly the most significant archive of market research data relating to the modern storage industry to date.
Design_Code_Build for Educators
Share ideas, make new connections, and be inspired this summer during a special educators’ edition of Design_Code_Build. Join fellow educators from around the Bay Area and learn how you can incorporate the innovative fun of Raspberry Pi into your next lesson plan.
2017 Fellow Award Nominations Now Open
The CHM Fellow Awards publically honor distinguished technology pioneers for their outstanding merits and significant contributions to the advancement of computing and evolution of the Information Age. Nominate your top candidates for CHM’s 2017 Fellow Awards today!