Source Code for the First Computer with a Bit-Mapped Display and Mouse is Now Available to the Public
New Members Hail from TechCrunch, Google and Version One Ventures
Revolutionaries goes on the Road with a conversation featuring entrepreneur, investor & philanthropist Steve Case at NPR's corporate headquarters and digital news center in Washington, DC.
Computer History Museum adds Control Program for Microcomputers as a part of its Software Historical Source Code Series
New Partnership Teaches Bay Area Students the Basics of Applied Math and Coding to Support Future Careers in STEM
Photographer Doug Menuez documents the rise of Silicon Valley in Fearless Genius: The Digital Revolution in Silicon Valley
Computer History Museum and Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship kick off programmatic partnership to reach more young people and continue integrating technology into the student experience.
Exploring the Elusive Dream of the Car that Drives Itself
As a part of its Historical Source Code Series
Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing Live Visitor Experience Now Accessible Online