Learn about the history of the world wide web and how browsers have evolved over time.
Learn about the first time CGI was ever used for animation!
What do cow catchers, an angry government and an early version of a modern computer have in common?
Learn how our ancestors calculated complex problems prior to modern computing technology!
Quantum experiments, ripples and particle waves! Get ready to learn more about the weird world of quantum physics!
Learn how Limor Fried turned her tinkering hobby into a multi-million dollar company!
What is a qbit and how can it potentially change the world? Find out as we explore quantum computing!
Learn how you can trace the origins of pixel art all the way back to the mid-1800s!
Find out how people are saving classic games through restoration and archiving!
Find out what a giant wooden horse and your cyber security have in common!
Zip Zop Zoom! Learn the super cool logic behind 'ZIP' Files!
Learn about some of the ways people use to communicate before the internet!
From gopherspace to geminispace, the small internet is a lot bigger than you think!
What could we accomplish if batteries lasted forever? These two companies want to find out!
Meet one of modern mathematics greatest contributors, Leonhard Euler!
Wi-Fi is a weird word for sure! But what does it really mean?
Learn how Eugene Kaspersky turned his antivirus making hobby into so much more!
No need to "Google" the origins of Google, we did the research for you!
This month we will exploring the history of the first computer virus, and it is a creepy one!
Computers would not exist without this number which has an interesting history.
Two satellites in identical orbits help measure the Earth with a unique plaque for future Earthlings.
Join us as we explore the weird history of Windows in computers!
Have you ever wondered why your computer's mouse is called that? Well it all started with a fellow named Douglas and a block of wood...
A fun, silly way to share your coding trials and triumphs with friends — because everything is better with kittens!
In the old days, before video game systems had cameras and sensors, programmers had to get creative.
Six women were hired to use their math skills to program the ENIAC computer. They called themselves The First Programmers Club.
The Wayback Machine lets you travel back in time to see old websites. Plus the Internet Archive has thousands of vintage games, software, books, and more.
How rural America connected itself to the phone grid using barbed wire, glass bottles, and even corncobs!
Dive into the first “console wars” and learn how more bits led to bigger and better games.
How 3D printing could help us get to Mars, and create new tools, homes, spacecrafts — even organs!