Scott Ard

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Computers are only about 50 years old, but that's old enough to give them a museum — where else but in Silicon Valley.

2,000 Years of Personal Computing at the Computer History Museum

Computers are only about 50 years old, but that's old enough to give them a museum — where else but in Silicon Valley.

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