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For the past 5 years, I have looked forward to being the photographer for the Computer History Museum’s annual Fellow Awards. This year was none other than exceptional! The honorees for the 25th anniversary of the CHM Fellow Awards were:(http://www.computerhistory.org/fellowawards/current/): … Continue reading
Tagged 2012, California, Computer History Museum, Donald Knuth, Douglas engelbart, Dr. Gordon Bell, Dr. Gordon Moore, Edward Feigenbaum, Fellows Awards, Fernando Corbató, Francis Allen, photography, Shawn Clark, Sophie Wilson, Steve Furber, Versatile Light Studios, Vinton Cerf, Whitfield Diffie
I came across this well-written article on Photofocus.com about applying Steve Jobs methodology to running a photo business – and it states some very helpful things! (#’s 1, 2, 6, 7, 81 & 10 in particular) We should print it … Continue reading
Kodak represents an interesting stream through the history of photography. They have been instrumental in developing (pun intended) the digital world and the social attitudes that have eventually lead to their demise. In fact, Kodak invented the digital camera! Photographers … Continue reading
Yesterday was a sad day in history – the world lost a true innovator, an intelligent person, and someone who changed the world in more ways than we realize. I have never met Steve Jobs, yet when I clicked on … Continue reading