The Computer History Museum is opening a new exhibit titled “Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing.” The $19 million exhibit took six years to develop and will feature items ranging from the abacus to the Internet. With over 40 interactive setups and an oral history program, the new exhibit will be a site worth visiting. Read the full article at computerworld.com
New $19M Computer Museum Exhibit
Author: Shelly Palmer
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