Comprehensive list of links to the best computer industry history resources that can currently be found on the 'Net
Silicon Valley -- San Francisco Bay Area -- background, trends and forecast
A project to create the definitive list of the 1,000 key innovations and events in the last 1,000 years of information technology.
This site is under construction but has some nice pictures of some pre-IBM machines.
A research center at the University of Minnesota dedicated to promoting the study and preservation of the history of computing and information processing.
Non-profit corporation, safeguards and organizes the history of electronic computing, internationally, nationally, and in California. They collect and archive hardware, software, and documents.
Timeline of microcomputers from the development of the microprocessor in the 1960s through to the present day. Includes hardware, software, peripherals, companies, and individuals.
A directory of sites about the history of computers arranged categorically and with specific topic and general topic sections.
Bios, an interactive game, and a Q&A forum trace the birth of the personal computer at this PBS companion site.