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Seymour Cray: The Man Who Brought Style to Supercomputers

Seymour Cray: The Man Who Brought Style to Supercomputers

 David Brock   6 days ago
A supercomputer is simply a computer that can perform many more calculations per second than the typical computer of its era. The definition is...   Read More
An Inspired Year: Preserving the Legacy and Advancing the Future of Entrepreneurship & Innovation

An Inspired Year: Preserving the Legacy and Advancing the Future of Entrepreneurship & Innovation

 Jennifer De La Cruz   2 weeks ago
Silicon Valley is not a place. It’s a state of mind. It can be everywhere. It can uplift everyone. And, of course, that’s the...   Read More
Hidden No More: CHM’s Archives Processing Project Wraps Up

Hidden No More: CHM’s Archives Processing Project Wraps Up

 Sara Lott   August 14, 2017
It took two and a half years, two full-time archivists, and nine part-time volunteers, but the Computer History Museum is thrilled to announce the...   Read More
Google X’s Camille Eddy Shares Her STEM Journey at Computer History Museum’s Design_Code_Build Community Program

Google X’s Camille Eddy Shares Her STEM Journey at Computer History Museum’s Design_Code_Build Community Program

 Cate Robbins   July 14, 2017
Saturday, June 10 began like so many Saturdays at the Museum. A group of CHM educators and community partners, all dressed in purple t-shirts,...   Read More
What the DEC?!? Records of Minicomputer Giant Digital Equipment Corporation Open for Research at CHM

What the DEC?!? Records of Minicomputer Giant Digital Equipment Corporation Open for Research at CHM

 Sara Lott   June 13, 2017
After 14 months and over 5,000 man hours the Digital Equipment Corporation’s (DEC) corporate archive is open for research! Founded in 1957 by Ken...   Read More
Designing with People: A Collaborative Process with IDEO

Designing with People: A Collaborative Process with IDEO

 Scott Burg   May 02, 2017
This post is the second in a series covering the making of the Computer History Museum’s Education Center. Read part one, “Merging Learning and Design.”...   Read More