About CHM Editorial Team

The Editorial Team at the Computer History Museum (CHM) consists of editors, curators, writers, educators, archivists, media producers, researchers, and web designers, looking to bring @CHM readers the best in computing and museum news.

Articles by CHM Editorial Team(15)

Artifact Stories: A Tradition of Disruption, Innovation & Exponential Impact

Artifact Stories: A Tradition of Disruption, Innovation & Exponential Impact

 Sep 13, 2018 Exponential Center
Exponential Center 2018 interns—Maya, Yuki, Catherine, and Hannah—gathered a lot of knowledge about Silicon Valley and its ecosystem during their internship. They've each picked one of their favorite artifacts in the Museum’s collection to share some of the information and insights they gained during their time at CHM. Read More
#CHMTeenTakeover Recap

#CHMTeenTakeover Recap

 Jul 31, 2018 Education
After months of planning, organizing, and sending many, many emails, the Teen Engagement Council hosted “Power Up the Future” on June 22, 2018, bringing approximately 500 people to the Museum for the first of an annual event series dedicated to promoting teens’ interest in technology. Read More
Museum’s Oral Histories Tell Story of Japanese Hard Disk Drive Industry

Museum’s Oral Histories Tell Story of Japanese Hard Disk Drive Industry

 May 17, 2018 From the Collection
The Computer History Museum (CHM) recently released six video-recorded oral histories of key engineers and scientists from Japan who made seminal contributions to the magnetic recording technologies used in hard disk drives. Read More
2018 CHM Fellow Awards

2018 CHM Fellow Awards

 May 02, 2018 Museum News
On Saturday, April 28, 2018, the Computer History Museum (CHM), proudly inducted three extraordinary Fellows to its elite Hall of Fellows: Dov Frohman-Bentchkowsky, Dame Stephanie Shirley CH, and Guido van Rossum. Read More
Changing Lanes: Meet New CHM President and Chief Executive Officer Dan’l Lewin

Changing Lanes: Meet New CHM President and Chief Executive Officer Dan’l Lewin

 Feb 26, 2018 Museum News
Focus. Determination. Strength. Drive. These are the essential qualities that a swimmer needs to stay in their lane. They’re also the skills that Dan’l Lewin has used to propel him through a prolific three-decade career in technology. Read More
CHM Live Kicks Off 2018 with New Speaker Series Inside the Transformation & Technically Speaking

CHM Live Kicks Off 2018 with New Speaker Series Inside the Transformation & Technically Speaking

 Feb 01, 2018 CHM Live, Museum News
Inside the Transformation, created by CHM Live Managing Producer Lauren Miyamoto, illustrates the impact and implications of computing through stories of transformative people, companies, or projects. Speakers in this series are visionaries using technology to solve problems in new ways, to redefine boundaries, and even to change our reality. Conversations in this series reflect the widespread influence of computing, as speakers from a variety of backgrounds—from medicine to music to the military—will be featured. Read More
10 Most-Read @CHM Blogs of 2017

10 Most-Read @CHM Blogs of 2017

 Dec 29, 2017 Museum News
2017 proved a remarkable year for computing and the Computer History Museum (CHM) in many ways, and we’ve documented it all on our blog. Join us as we revisit our 10 most-read blogs of 2017. Read More
New iPhone Exhibit Celebrates the “One Device that Changes Everything”

New iPhone Exhibit Celebrates the “One Device that Changes Everything”

 Nov 27, 2017 Exponential Center
As part of the Exponential Center’s iPhone 360 Project, in collaboration with the Museum’s Senior Curator Dag Spicer, Internet History Program Curatorial Director Marc Weber, and the Center for Software History‘s Director David C. Brock and Curator Hansen Hsu, the Computer History Museum (CHM) has launched a new exhibit that explores the technology, history, and business and social impact of the revolutionary device. While the 30-foot-high graphic display can be viewed in the Museum’s lobby, we are pleased to share the content from the exhibit below with all of CHM’s virtual visitors. Read More
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