A museum's guided tour through the beginnings of the computer, including the ENIAC.
Vintage footage of the famous computer's big demo.
Computer inventor John Mauchly tells all.
Attendees of IBM's PC anniversary celebration.
Compaq's Rod Canion and Microsoft's Bill Gates discuss the first PC clone.
Apple's co-founder explains the infamous computer price.
Apple co-founder reminisces about writing hexadecimal codes.
Forty bucks for a processor--what a deal!
Thirtieth anniversary celebration for home computer pioneers.
See footage of the ENIAC's creators with their computing machine in action, bright lights, vacuum tubes and all.
"I was already wearing a plastic pocket protector and thick black glasses--taped together--so I didn't need something to increase my social dysfunction."
"I bought my first computer when I was 15 in 1980. It was an Apple II, which back then was the most popular PC in the U.S."
"I still had to re-key them everytime I wanted to change programs, but this wasn't too bad as the TI-58 only had enough memory for about 240 instructions."
See the men, women, and metal behind the making of the ENIAC.
Editors: Kari Dean McCarthy; Mike Yamamoto
Production: Bernie McGinn; Jennifer Guevin; Vincent Tremblay
Design: Ellen Ng