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Before ENIGMA: Breaking the Hebern Rotor Machine

Before ENIGMA: Breaking the Hebern Rotor Machine

 Ralph Simpson   August 08, 2017
The Hebern Rotor Machine was a major innovative leap in cipher technology and was also the first time electrical circuitry was used in a...   Read More
<i>VENTURE: An Entrepreneur’s Journey</i> — A Synopsis

VENTURE: An Entrepreneur’s Journey — A Synopsis

 Chisom Oraedu   July 21, 2017
“VENTURE: An Entrepreneur’s Journey” will be screened at the Computer History Museum on Friday, July 28, 2017. The screening will be followed by a...   Read More
A Journey into Digital Art: Reflections by Photoshop Hall of Famer Bert Monroy

A Journey into Digital Art: Reflections by Photoshop Hall of Famer Bert Monroy

 Bert Monroy   July 06, 2017
I’ve been drawing since I was two years old. I had been getting in trouble my entire life for drawing in class, and on...   Read More
The HP Ways: Lessons on Strategy and Culture

The HP Ways: Lessons on Strategy and Culture

 CHM Editorial Team   March 21, 2017
By Webb McKinney and Philip E. Meza HP was once famous and admired for its culture. The “HP Way” shaped several generations of companies...   Read More
50th Anniversary of the HP 2116 Minicomputer

50th Anniversary of the HP 2116 Minicomputer

 Chuck House   November 07, 2016
Amidst a sea of computer vendors, the 1966 Fall Joint Computer Conference booth for an obscure instrument manufacturer, Hewlett-Packard, was insignificant. Their lone product,...   Read More
Personal Computing 1984:  PC Pragmatists, Macintosh Visionaries & the Future of Portability

Personal Computing 1984: PC Pragmatists, Macintosh Visionaries & the Future of Portability

 Jonathan Rotenberg   November 02, 2016
This is the fourth of five video releases of Boston Computer Society (BCS) General Meetings, by the Computer History Museum (CHM). Be sure to check...   Read More
Personal Computing 1983: Innovation Bursting in Every Direction

Personal Computing 1983: Innovation Bursting in Every Direction

 Jonathan Rotenberg   May 03, 2016
This is the third of five video releases of The Boston Computer Society (BCS) General Meetings, by the Computer History Museum (CHM). Be sure...   Read More
The Boston Computer Society: Dawn of the Business Personal Computer and Cost-Efficient Home PC

The Boston Computer Society: Dawn of the Business Personal Computer and Cost-Efficient Home PC

 Jonathan Rotenberg   January 05, 2016
This is the second of five video releases of Boston Computer Society (BCS) General Meetings, by the Computer History Museum (CHM). Be sure to check...   Read More
The Analytical Engine: 28 Plans and Counting

The Analytical Engine: 28 Plans and Counting

 Tim Robinson   December 08, 2015
December 10, 2015 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Ada Byron, later Countess of Lovelace, most famous for her 1843 description of...   Read More
Ada Lovelace Day

Ada Lovelace Day

 Betty Toole   October 13, 2015
Today is Ada Lovelace Day the beginning of festivities to honor Augusta Ada Byron, Lady Lovelace whose 200th birthday will be celebrated on 10...   Read More