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The Computer History Museum is the world's leading institution exploring the history of computing and its ongoing impact on society. Visit us in Silicon Valley.
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Jennifer Barr Jun 12
- where 400 people listen in rapt attention to details of the programming behind the onboard navigational computer for the Apollo progran.
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Computer History Museum Jun 12
Tonight--If Software, Then Space: Perspectives on Computing & Space History with Dan Lickly (Apollo software) (Nat'l Air & Space Museum) (.) Tune-in now and post questions for the speakers.
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Computer History Museum Jun 10
Register for our teen takeover event today! Our theme, Idea to Influence, explores how an idea uses technology to become a sensation around the world. Our free event is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that you won’t want to miss! Register:
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Computer History Museum Jun 7
Join on 6/12 as moderates a distinguished panel to reveal insights and perspectives on the place of computing in space history. Register today!
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Computer History Museum Jun 6
What is the difference between a manager, a coach & a leader? Can one person be all three? YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki leads a discussion with Google’s Jonathan Rosenberg, Eric Schmidt & Alan Eagle on the wisdom of their coach Bill Campbell on 4/26
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Computer History Museum Jun 6
Humanity’s activities in space have changed how we understand our place in the Universe. Join us on 6/12--Dan Lickly will provide insights & perspectives on the place of computing in space history w/
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David C. Brock Jun 3
If Software, Then Space: Perspectives on Computing & Space History Join . for a discussion with Dan Lickly (Apollo software), . (Nat'l Air & Space Museum) & . (.) June 12, 7PM PDT. Livestreams also!
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Computer History Museum Jun 5
Recovering Challenger Shuttle Data: A Detective Story Join IBM researcher Ric Bradshaw as he tells the story of how NASA and IBM engineers recovered data lost at sea during the Challenger Space Shuttle explosion on January 28, 1986.
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Common Sense Media May 29
That's renowned author + founder of Dave Eggers w/CEO . If you're not on the livestream yet, now's a good time as they're joined by a phenomenal panel of smart, savvy teens, and !
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Computer History Museum May 29
Watch live as CHM CEO Dan'l Lewin chat's with of the Mayfield Fund and about investing in ethical tech and how we should prioritize well-being and public good.
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Caroline Evans May 28
shares that it was difficult to get the to open up and be vulnerable for book. Not surprisingly since society tells professional women that they can't show weakness.
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Computer History Museum May 28
Joining live for The Women Who Took on Silicon Valley Watch Now:
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Computer History Museum May 25
This weekend marks the 25th anniversary of the first in 1994. Go behind the scenes of the original conference and explore a series of interviews with pioneers reflecting on the and the past and future of the conference.
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Computer History Museum May 24
If you can’t attend our upcoming conference with about making the digital landscape better for kids, you can tune-in to the livestream on 5/29. Sign-up here:
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Computer History Museum May 22
We're excited to have ’s join us on 5/28 for . Can’t wait to learn more about the incredible women behind some of Silicon Valley’s biggest companies! Register Now:
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Computer History Museum May 22
We’re excited to partner w/ and to explore ideas for reforming tech platforms with kids/families in mind. Join the conversation 5/29 in Silicon Valley:
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Computer History Museum May 19
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Computer History Museum May 18
Stop by our CHM booth today and tomorrow for a "hands-on look" at objects and vintage computers from our collection and partake in fun everyone can enjoy.
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Tim Abrahams May 17
The Museum of Computer History in Mountain View, CA is fantastic. Rigorous, authoritative, enthusiastic, comprehensive, everso slightly dry. Everything you want from a museum. Thank you
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Computer History Museum May 18
We are looking forward to having you join the panel!
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