Computer Museum History Center


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Computer Museum History Center

The original name given to the spin-off branch of the Computer Museum in Boston. Located since 1996 in Mountain View, California, the name was shortened in 2001 to The Computer History Museum. See Computer History Museum.
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In an exclusive, intimate dinner setting prior to the award ceremony, CRN, the Computer Museum History Center and industry executives will personally congratulate the inductees.
Patrons include Donna Dubinsky, founder and CEO, Handspring; Michelle and Steven Kirsch; Laura and Gary Lauder, the Laura and Gary Lauder Philanthropic Fund; Nancy Mueller; Leonard Shustek, chairman of the board, Computer Museum History Center, and John Warnock, co-founder, Adobe Systems, and his wife, Marva Warnock.
What: Sheldon Laube will participate in the 12th annual ComputerBowl 2000 to benefit the Museum of Science in Boston and the Computer Museum History Center in Mountain View.
will design The Computer Museum History Center building in the proposed NASA Research Park at Ames Research Center and Van Sickle & Rolleri (VSR) of Medford, N.
CRN and the Computer Museum History Center presented the awards during a VIP dinner held at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada on November 15, 1999.
Hirshberg is a Trustee of The Computer Museum History Center, a new media advisor to National Public Radio and a Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute.
Endorsed by the Computer Museum History Center, Mountain View, Calif.
com blimp, the charity auction will benefit the technology education, preservation and international outreach initiatives of the Museum of Science, Boston and The Computer Museum History Center in Mountain View, California.
He is currently a member of the Board of Trustees of the new Computer Museum History Center in Mountain View, CA.
12, 1998--The Computer Museum History Center announced today that it has a commitment from NASA Ames for a 20-year lease on two acres of land at Moffett Field.
2, 1998--Four international computer industry icons will be made Fellows of The Computer Museum and honored at a Thursday, November 12, dinner at Palo Alto Hills Golf & Country Club, hosted by The Computer Museum History Center.
The consortium's members are the California Historical Radio Society, Computer History Association of California, the History Museums of San Jose, the Palo Alto Historical Association, the Sunnyvale Historical Society, the Computer Museum History Center, Museum of American Heritage and the Tech Museum of Innovation.