Computer History Museum Tour in Pictures

Our favorite event venue of 2008? Hands down it was the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. Take the tour in pictures.

Computer History Museum
Computer History Museum
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Want to see Steve Wozniak's Apple 1 Computer prototype, which first demonstrated in 1976? How about ILLIAC IV, one of the earliest parallel-processing computers and a precursor to today's data warehouse appliances? And then there are the Atari's, Commodores, Compaqs and IBM PCs from your childhood or the earliest days of your computing career.

You'll see all this and more at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. Intelligent Enterprise was lucky enough to take much of it in when we covered Mashup Camp earlier this year. The next time you're in the San Francisco Area, make a point of visiting the museum, but in the meantime, check out our image-gallery-based tour.

Enjoy and happy holidays!

Doug Henschen, Editor-in-Chief Intelligent Enterprise

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