ARTICLES IN January 2013 (5)

Born into a religious, mid-west farming community, a doctorate in physics from MIT, co-founder of two of the world’s most influential semiconductor companies, inventor of the modern computer chip and high-tech millionaire, in the later years Read More ...

Rebooting the WITCH: News from The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park, UK An invited guest blog post from Kevin Murrell at TNMOC in the UK Two months ago, we celebrated the completion of a Read More ...

With his clipped red hair, freckled ruddy skin, and open yet no-nonsense manner, Nick Hughes could play a British army officer in the movies. But this quietly effective former geologist is the architect of the world’s Read More ...

Oral histories have the capability of breathing life into inanimate objects. They can bridge gaps by providing introductions to otherwise unknown people, remote places, or obscure things. Most importantly, oral histories have the ability to merge Read More ...

Gartner Donates 25+ Years of Dataquest Market Research Reports to CHM If you were a senior executive in the Semiconductor Industry in the 1970s, 80s, and into the 1990s, you attended the annual Dataquest Industry Conference. Read More ...