Technically Speaking

Technically Speaking

Technically Speaking showcases leading historians, authors, professors, and technology experts exploring historical and technical elements of computing. These conversations or lectures provide an in-depth look at surprising, unusual, or little-known topics. As respected experts in their fields, speakers provide insightful and unique perspectives on technology.

For upcoming Technically Speaking events, please check our calendar of events.

Speaker Highlights

Programmed Inequality

Programmed Inequality

Historian and author Marie Hicks examines the critical role of women in British computing history between 1944 and 1974.
The Preservation Game

The Preservation Game

Author Sue Black shares how she launched the social media campaign that saved Bletchley Park.
Becoming Hewlett-Packard

Becoming Hewlett-Packard

Former HP executive Webb McKinney and strategy consultant Philip E. Meza join the Museum’s Center for Software History Director David C. Brock to discuss the role of leadership in shaping HP and what startups can learn from its history.

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