ARTICLES IN 2012 (26)

Lit, Shot and Gigapixeled

Lit, Shot and Gigapixeled

 Jon Plutte   September 28, 2012
I was walking on the beach today by my house and ran across an old friend, his kids, and a buddy of his. They...   Read More
Simon’s J’s

Simon’s J’s

 Alex Bochannek   September 26, 2012
About five years ago, I noticed a box of punched cards that Senior Curator Dag Spicer had set aside. It had been sent by...   Read More
Hans Camenzind: Remembering a “Wizard of Analog”

Hans Camenzind: Remembering a “Wizard of Analog”

 David Laws   September 21, 2012
Ninety-nine percent of modern computers and control systems rely on digital techniques for internal operation. However, these devices must serve the real world that...   Read More
The Honeywell Animals

The Honeywell Animals

 Dag Spicer   September 18, 2012
Art always tells us something about the times in which it was created. Take Andy Warhol’s Campbell’s soup cans for example, which caricature the...   Read More
Crafting a Digital Repository

Crafting a Digital Repository

 Paula Jabloner   September 12, 2012
The Computer History Museum had its own mini deluge of historical digital data. Our in-house produced high definition oral histories, lectures, and exhibition videos were...   Read More
Who invented which Internet?

Who invented which Internet?

 Marc Weber   September 11, 2012
Who really invented the Internet? I was fascinated by the recent kerfuffle over this question, which started with Gordon Crovitz’s July article in the...   Read More