ARTICLES IN Remarkable People (35)

The Relics of “St. Bob”

The Relics of “St. Bob”

 David Laws   January 28, 2013
Born into a religious, mid-west farming community, a doctorate in physics from MIT, co-founder of two of the world’s most influential semiconductor companies, inventor...   Read More
Hans Camenzind: Remembering a “Wizard of Analog”

Hans Camenzind: Remembering a “Wizard of Analog”

 David Laws   September 21, 2012
Ninety-nine percent of modern computers and control systems rely on digital techniques for internal operation. However, these devices must serve the real world that...   Read More
Steve Jobs: From Garage to World’s Most Valuable Company

Steve Jobs: From Garage to World’s Most Valuable Company

 Dag Spicer   December 02, 2011
Jobs once said his goal in life was "to make a dent in the universe." At the end of this life, Jobs saw Apple...   Read More
An Analog Life: Remembering Jim Williams

An Analog Life: Remembering Jim Williams

 Dag Spicer   October 15, 2011
Light, sound, temperature: the world is a symphony of vibrations. All around us is a world alive with continuously varying signals. These real world...   Read More
We Had a Dream of Interactive Computing

We Had a Dream of Interactive Computing

 Dag Spicer   February 09, 2011
The Computer History Museum lost a dear friend Legendary computer pioneer, businessman, CHM Fellow and co-founder, Ken Olsen passed away on Sunday Feb 6,...   Read More