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Museum CEO John Hollar to Step Down in June 2017

Museum CEO John Hollar to Step Down in June 2017

 CHM Editorial Team   June 01, 2017
After a dynamic nine-year tenure, John Hollar will step down as president and CEO of the Computer History Museum (CHM) in June 2017. Under...   Read More
Computing for the Whole World: A Conversation with iPod & iPhone Inventor Tony Fadell

Computing for the Whole World: A Conversation with iPod & iPhone Inventor Tony Fadell

 John Markoff   May 31, 2017
Tony Fadell doesn’t fit the Silicon Valley mold. His parents were neither engineers nor scientists. As a young boy he grew up moving frequently...   Read More
Venture Capital in the Blood: Three Generations of Drapers in Silicon Valley

Venture Capital in the Blood: Three Generations of Drapers in Silicon Valley

 Doug Fairbairn   May 19, 2017
“Venture Capital in the Blood: Three Generations of Drapers in Silicon Valley,” April 19, 2017. On April 19, 2017, three generations of the Draper...   Read More
Asteroid Mining: “The Only Business Where the Sky Isn’t the Limit”

Asteroid Mining: “The Only Business Where the Sky Isn’t the Limit”

 Lauren Miyamoto   April 18, 2017
This event was broadcasted live via Facebook Live. Watch all future events live on the Museum’s Facebook page. CHM Live’s “Hunting for Space Treasure,” with Planetary Resources...   Read More
Fostering Connection through Technology: An Interview with Cisco’s Alex Rosen

Fostering Connection through Technology: An Interview with Cisco’s Alex Rosen

 CHM Editorial Team   March 28, 2017
On February 2, 2017, CHM high school interns Ishani Desai and Jenna Prasadi interviewed Cisco’s Alex Rosen for @CHM. By Ishani Desai and Jenna Prasadi...   Read More
The HP Ways: Lessons on Strategy and Culture

The HP Ways: Lessons on Strategy and Culture

 CHM Editorial Team   March 21, 2017
By Webb McKinney and Philip E. Meza HP was once famous and admired for its culture. The “HP Way” shaped several generations of companies...   Read More
Hidden Figures No Longer

Hidden Figures No Longer

 Caroline Evans   February 14, 2017
Throughout computing history, there are many inspirational stories. Computing history is not just about the technology, the hardware, or even the software. Behind all...   Read More
There Is No “I” in Software: How GitHub Helps Teams Code

There Is No “I” in Software: How GitHub Helps Teams Code

 Lauren Miyamoto   January 24, 2017
This event is part of the Computer History Museum’s newly launched software initiative, which includes our “Make Software: Change the World!” exhibition, the Center for Software History,...   Read More
Merging Learning and Design: The Makings of CHM’s New Education Center

Merging Learning and Design: The Makings of CHM’s New Education Center

 Scott Burg   January 10, 2017
This is the first post in an ongoing series about the making of the Computer History Museum’s Education Center.  The Computer History Museum (CHM)...   Read More
The Preservation Game: How Social Media Saved Bletchley Park

The Preservation Game: How Social Media Saved Bletchley Park

 Lauren Miyamoto   December 27, 2016
In 2003, Dr. Sue Black encountered a sight that made her ashamed to be British. She was visiting Bletchley Park, the home of 10,000...   Read More