|Ancient Computer Community|
Private collection of computers , calculators , consoles , books , reviews; many rarities; also available for exhibitions and events.
|Charles Babbage Institute (CBI)|
A research center at the university of minnesota dedicated to promoting the study and preservation of the history of computing and information processing.
|Chronology of Personal Computers|
Timeline of microcomputers from the development of the microprocessor in the 1960s through to the present day. includes hardware , software , peripherals , companies , and individuals.
Articles and photos on many topics; user submitted content with wiki-style editing for registered users; photo gallery , forum , feedback.
|Computer History Association of California|
Non-profit corporation , safeguards and organizes the history of electronic computing , internationally , nationally , and in california. they collect and archive hardware , software , and documents.
|Computer History Images|
Pictures of many of the pioneering computers.
|Computer History Museum|
Focuses exclusively on the history of computing. located in mountain view , california. search the collection , illustrated timeline , online exhibits and select images from the collection , " this day in history , " curator's choice , and the hall
|Computer Industry History|
Comprehensive list of links to the best computer industry history resources that can currently be found on the 'net
|Computing Millennium timeline|
A project to create the definitive list of the 1 , 000 key innovations and events in the last 1 , 000 years of information technology.
|Jargon File Resources|
The jargon file (aka , _the new hacker's dictionary_) is an essential repository of computer historical information.
|Museum of the USSR Computers History|
A virtual museum containing historical information on computers and computer facilities in the ussr. includes descriptions of computers , their characteristics , pictures , and personalities.
|National Archive for the History of Computing|
Houses the uk's most important collection of documents relating to the history of computing , and encourages interest and study in the history of computing more generally.
This site is under construction but has some nice pictures of some pre-ibm machines.
Covers the earliest ways of encoding data up to the cards used in voting systems today.
|Reflections of a ModemJunkie|
Writings on computers , the early online world , and the internet , dating from 1992 to 2000.