Pictures of many of the pioneering computers.
New updated edition from MIT Press, with new interviews of historic characters.
Offers a detailed timeline on the history of computer. Sections include hardware, software, pioneers and references.
A virtual museum containing historical information on computers and computer facilities in the USSR. Includes descriptions of computers, their characteristics, pictures, and personalities.
Lecture presented by Michelle A. Hoyle explaining how computers and computing science arose from using sticks with notches for counting, to the massive explosion of personal computers in the 1980s.
Covers the earliest ways of encoding data up to the cards used in voting systems today.
Pictures, documents, and advertisements of classic computers from the 1970's and 1980's.
The Jargon File (AKA, _The New Hacker's Dictionary_) is an essential repository of computer historical information.
Detailed information including early pioneers and companies, archives, languages, and networking from the Department of Computer Science at Virginia Tech.
Writings on computers, the early online world, and the Internet, dating from 1992 to 2000.