|KurzweilAI.net explores breakthroughs in science and technology related to accelerating intelligence.
|The grant-making foundation supports initiatives in education, world health and population, and community giving in the Pacific Northwest.
|Focuses exclusively on the history of computing. Located in Mountain View, California. Search the collection, illustrated timeline, and online exhibits and select images from the collection, “This Day in History,” curator’s choice, and the Hall of Fellows (awards for contributions to computing).
|Open Source spokesman and author of the New Hacker’s Dictionary. Resumes, writings, speaking engagements, FAQs, and links.
|YouTube is a way to get your videos to the people who matter to you. Upload, tag, and share your videos worldwide!
|Founder of GNU Project and Free Software Foundation, father and current maintainer of the One True Emacs. Read the Master in a background of quietly understated elegance. Personal essays, political opinions, travel experiences, brief biography.
|A historical timeline of computers dating back to 1970.
|Biography, personality, photos, videos, bibliography, articles, interviews, and links.
|Home page of Steve Wozniak, one of the two Steves who founded Apple. Includes biography, Apple history materials, and current interests and projects.
|Remembrance page from Apple Inc.
|His very own page. Programming wouldn’t be what it is today without this man. Invented TeX, Literate Programming, author of landmark series ‘The Art of Computer Programming. Professor Emeritus of The Art of Computer Programming, Stanford University.
|Biography of the pioneer that helped reinvent supercomputing. Short biography.
|List resources about events, recent topics, and discussions by date.
|Article by Steve Lohr on the inventor of the C programming language and co-developer of the Unix operating system, who influenced all facets of technology.
|History, explanation, and critique, of hypertext systems, with links.