The Computer History Museum is also on YouTube (see link below) and has quite a number of videos about the history of computers and the people who made it happen. There is a video on the home page giving an overview of what the site has to offer. Additionally, you can see the recordings of innovations in computer history and the people who worked diligently to make this history preserved via video for generations to come. This along with the Computer History Museum Web site will really expand your knowledge of this topic if you are an enthusiast like me.
As of the writing of this blog post the Computer History Museum on YouTube has 74 videos and a play list of 44 videos on Internet/Network, Semiconductor, Personal Computing and Historical Computer Files.
Hope you enjoy your visit to these two sites and when you are in California, if possible, visit the museum and let us know your impression of it.
As always, post your comments, email me with your topics and let’s have a good time learning together!
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Computer History Museum
Computer History Museum on YouTube
Timeline of Computer History