Artifact Details

Title

Steve Case in Conversation with Walt Mossberg, lecture by Steve Case and Walt Mossberg

Catalog Number

102695053

Type

Moving Image

Date

2005-01-12

Credits

Case, Steve; Mossberg, Walter

Participants

Case, Steve, speaker
Mossberg, Walter, moderator

Publisher

Computer History Museum

Place of Publication

Mountain View, CA, US

Platform

Windows Media Player

Duration

01:23:45

Format

Mini-DV

Copyright Holder

Computer History Museum

Description

From abstract: "It's been nearly 20 years since America Online was founded. The world was a very different place back then. Affordable PCs were just making their way into people's homes; cellular telephones weighed around two pounds each; CD technology was still in its infancy, and most people didn't even have cable television. Little did anyone know the Internet was about to transform nearly every aspect of their lives. It was Steve Case's belief that the online experience had unlimited potential to change the way society communicates, does business and learns about the world around us. During the past two decades, America Online, with Case at the helm, has been a key driver in pushing the Internet further into our everyday existence. Join us on January 12 as Case in conversation with Walt Mossberg, personal technology columnist for The Wall Street Journal, shares his shares his personal stories and discusses his perspectives on the Internet's amazing evolution."

Category

Lecture

Series Title

Computer History Museum Speaker Series

Lot Number

X4907.2009