The Computer History Museum invites our special guests to the opening of Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley, 1985–2000. The evening will include food, wine, and great conversation. Please join us to celebrate the opening of the new exhibit.
Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley, 1985–2000 features 50 photographs by renowned documentary photographer Doug Menuez. In his fifteen years of unprecedented behind-the scenes access to Apple, Kleiner Perkins, Adobe, and other iconic Silicon Valley organizations, Menuez captures a pivotal time in the Valley’s history as the computing industry began its transition from analog to digital.
This exhibit chronicles the rise of pioneering innovators like Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, Charles Geschke, and John Warnock, while shining a spotlight on the often forgotten moments of the men and women who toiled to turn the digital dream into reality, often at great personal sacrifice and struggle.
This exhibit is made possible through the generosity of Micron Technology.
Photo©Doug Menuez/Contour by Getty Images/Stanford University Libraries
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