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Result 81-100 of about 224

Invasion of the Millenium Bug, Overview of the Y2K Conversion
Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
Moving image, 1999
102702989

Big Data, Big Transition, Big Trouble
Silicon Graphics, Inc. (SGI)
Moving Image, 1996
102639168

The Implications of Future Technology for Society, lecture by John Gage
Xerox PARC
Moving Image, 2003-12-18
102651299

Towards pervasive information systems
University Video Communications
Moving image, 1995-10-01
102624753

Engelbart, Doug (Douglas Carl) interview : 2005 fellow
Computer History Museum
Moving image, 2005-08-10
102746502

DECwindows program : a unified software architecture for desktop products, tape 2 of tape 2
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
Moving image, 1987-05-19
102717736

Evolution of data communication, part 2 of 2
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC)
Moving image, 1992-05-19
102781515

360 Revolution, lecture by Fredrick P. Brooks Jr. et al.
Computer History Museum
Moving Image, 2004-04-07
102695092

Watching the alpha geeks
Xerox PARC
Moving Image, 2002-10-03
102703073

Growing a language
University Video Communications
Moving image, 1998-12
102706476

The Spring distributed, object-oriented operating system
University Video Communications
Moving image, 1995-03
102706231

SRC review, Senior Technical Community Forum, and other talks
Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC). Systems Research Center; Compaq. Systems Research Center
Moving image, 1987-1990; 1998-1999
102767606

Bajorek, Chris and Thompson Dave oral history
Computer History Museum
Moving image, 2017-09-08
102738544

The Implications of Future Technology for Society, lecture by John Gage
Xerox PARC
Moving Image, 2003-12-18
102651297

Odysseys in Technology: What Do They Want?, lecture by Bill Moggridge
Computer History Museum
Moving image, 2004-11-03
102695327

Watching the alpha geeks
Xerox PARC
Moving Image, 2002-10-03
102703074

Odysseys in Technology: What Do They Want?, lecture by Bill Moggridge
Computer History Museum
Moving image, 2004-11-03
102695005

Network computing
University Video Communications
Moving image, 1987-09
102724513