From interviewing Amazon’s Jeff Bezos when he first started talking about selling books on the Internet to interviewing a peanut farmer who would go on to be president to being engulfed in the horror of 9/11, Fred Fishkin’s career as a reporter could have been written in Hollywood. Since the 1970s, he has been the […]
Filmed in December, 2016, Tom Olson discusses how he made his way from upstate New York to Santa Clara Valley and the contributions he and his cohorts made throughout the decades to the cable and telecommunications’ industries. The three plus hours of video that follows below touches upon a number of topics from discrimination in […]
The role of the early space program and its impact on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) progress of the US and what’s ahead is discussed.
Leslie Berlin discusses the process for how she wrote her book on one of the greats of Silicon Valley technology, Robert Noyce.
Leslie Berlin and Henry Lowood explain Stanford’s Silicon Valley Archive project.
Leslie talks about her interest in technology and how, as a history major, Stanford was a draw for her. She also points out that the history of the U.S. is one of innovation.
Leslie Berlin discusses the process of writing her book on Robert Noyce.
Leslie Berlin and Henry Lowood discuss who has access to the content in the Stanford Archives.
Henry Lowood and Leslie Berlin discuss how they find authentic content and how do they determine what is useful.
Henry Lowood talks about the process for how one goes about documenting history; in this case semiconductor memories.