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AllAfrica.com
The African Diaspora Network Invites You to Meet African Game Changers for Innovation and LeadershipNetwork (ADN) is hosting its Third Annual African Diaspora Investment Symposium
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 hours ago
Network (ADN) is hosting its Third Annual African Diaspora Investment Symposium (ADIS) on January 26-27, 2018 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA, from 8:00 am to 7:30 pm. This two-day conference will provide networking,... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Tech tourism: Where to try out Silicon Valley’s newest waresNote: It’s by appointment only; visit www.urbansafari.net to book times. 38 Key
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted yesterday
Note: It’s by appointment only; visit www.urbansafari.net to book times. 38 Keyes Ave., Suite 106, San Francisco Computer History Museum: Here’s where you can fly through the land of Azeroth from “World of Warcraft,” try your hand at... Read more
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Metro Silicon Valley
Silicon Valley's Unique HistorySilicon Valley: The Untold Story. The film, slated to debut on the Science Chan
Metro Silicon Valley / Posted 8 days ago
Silicon Valley: The Untold Story. The film, slated to debut on the Science Channel on Jan. 28, will be previewed at the Computer History Museum on Jan. 17. As a filmmaker, Schwarz boasts an extensive resume. Recently, they spent a week in... Read more
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asianage
Apple’s Lisa OS to be re-released soonits price but laid the way for the Macintosh, which was more affordable but bet
asianage / Posted 20 days ago
its price but laid the way for the Macintosh, which was more affordable but better in every measurable way. However, the Computer History Museum along with Apple is going to release the source code for Lisa to the general public. Both the Lisa... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Apple plans to reveal Lisa's 1983 source codewhen it was still a startup in Cupertino, Calif., led by Jobs and Steve Wozniak
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 20 days ago
when it was still a startup in Cupertino, Calif., led by Jobs and Steve Wozniak - thanks to the Mountain View, Calif.-based Computer History Museum. The museum's software curator, Al Kossow, announced to a public mailing list that the source code... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Source code for Apple's 1983 Lisa computer to be made public next yearwhen it was still a startup in Cupertino, Calif., led by Jobs and Steve Wozniak
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 20 days ago
when it was still a startup in Cupertino, Calif., led by Jobs and Steve Wozniak – thanks to the Mountain View, Calif.-based Computer History Museum. The museum's software curator, Al Kossow, announced to a public mailing list that the source code... Read more
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MacDailyNews
Apple to release source code for Lisa computer – MacDailyNewsthe Mac, is to be released, allowing anyone to tinker with an important slice o
MacDailyNews / Posted 21 days ago
the Mac, is to be released, allowing anyone to tinker with an important slice of IT history,” BBC News reports. “The Computer History Museum (CHM) announced that it had recovered the code and that Apple was reviewing it.” “Once the code is... Read more
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Fortune
The Code for This Game-Changing Apple OS Will Be Released in 2018Some time in 2018, the Computer History Museum (CHS) plans to release the sourc
Fortune / Posted 21 days ago
Some time in 2018, the Computer History Museum (CHS) plans to release the source code for Apple’s Lisa, one of the first personal computers to feature a graphical user interface. The 1983 Lisa was a commercial failure, but it blazed the drag-and-drop... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A doomed-but-revolutionary operating system spearheaded by Steve Jobs will be free to download in 2018Next year, the Computer History Museum plans to release the Apple Lisa operatin
Stamford Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
Next year, the Computer History Museum plans to release the Apple Lisa operating system for free, as open source. Apple Lisa was a famous Apple flop, selling only 10,000 units on a $150 million R&D investment. Former Apple CEO John Sculley forced... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A doomed-but-revolutionary operating system spearheaded by Steve Jobs will be free to download in 2018Next year, the Computer History Museum plans to release the Apple Lisa operatin
Connecticut Post / Posted 23 days ago
Next year, the Computer History Museum plans to release the Apple Lisa operating system for free, as open source. Apple Lisa was a famous Apple flop, selling only 10,000 units on a $150 million R&D investment. Former Apple CEO John Sculley forced... Read more

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