ARTICLES IN CHM Live (31)

QuickTime and the Rise of Multimedia

QuickTime and the Rise of Multimedia

 Hansen Hsu   March 30, 2018
QuickTime, the pioneering mass-market digital video format for personal computers, was developed by Apple and released in 1991 on the Macintosh. As part of...   Read More
Documenting the 8-bit Generation & Beyond: An Interview with Filmmakers Tomaso Walliser and Bruno Grampa

Documenting the 8-bit Generation & Beyond: An Interview with Filmmakers Tomaso Walliser and Bruno Grampa

 Jennifer De La Cruz   March 21, 2018
The worldwide impact of the personal computing revolution is no secret. Its breakthroughs are now clutched tightly in the palms of our hands and...   Read More
Our Mind’s on Tech: How Technology Affects the Human Brain

Our Mind’s on Tech: How Technology Affects the Human Brain

 Sarah Bormann   March 15, 2018
“We live in really extraordinary times. We’re witnessing an explosion in the diversity and the accessibility of these amazing computers that we carry in...   Read More
Silicon Valley: The Heart of the Untold Story

Silicon Valley: The Heart of the Untold Story

 Heidi Hackford   February 13, 2018
Silicon Valley: The Untold Story, a new three-part documentary from award-winning Kikim Media airing on Discovery’s Science Channel in March 2018, reveals what has...   Read More
CHM Live Kicks Off 2018 with New Speaker Series <i>Inside the Transformation</i> & <i>Technically Speaking</i>

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

 CHM Editorial Team   February 01, 2018
On January 31, the Computer History Museum (CHM) announced the launch of its new CHM Live programming series, Inside the Transformation. The series kicked off...   Read More
Not Just for Calling Anymore: The Social Impact of the iPhone Revolution

Not Just for Calling Anymore: The Social Impact of the iPhone Revolution

 Heidi Hackford   January 25, 2018
It will ruin your eyes, turn your brain to mush, and kids will see things they shouldn’t. The content is all just designed to...   Read More
Women, Gender, Sexuality, and Computing History

Women, Gender, Sexuality, and Computing History

 David Brock   January 11, 2018
The experience of women, and the issues of gender and sexuality, are vitally important to our understanding of the story of computing, and hence...   Read More
Making Trouble: Leslie Berlin Explores the People Who Built Silicon Valley

Making Trouble: Leslie Berlin Explores the People Who Built Silicon Valley

 Heidi Hackford   January 05, 2018
One of Silicon Valley’s great advantages, says author Leslie Berlin, is how accessible experienced founders and legendary CEOs are to the next generation of...   Read More
From Sailboats to Startups: Diane Greene’s Silicon Valley

From Sailboats to Startups: Diane Greene’s Silicon Valley

 Heidi Hackford   December 15, 2017
Diane Greene says her favorite experience ever was when, as a young woman, she windsurfed 15 miles from Molakai to Maui . . ....   Read More
Opening Doors and Disrupting Labs: Entrepreneurs Daphne Koller and Debra Sterling Expand Education

Opening Doors and Disrupting Labs: Entrepreneurs Daphne Koller and Debra Sterling Expand Education

 Heidi Hackford   December 07, 2017
It takes both vision and commitment to see that expanding educational opportunities today will make a better future and then to create a company...   Read More