Charles Babbage's Difference Engine no. 2, which is considered the precursor of the modern computer, is demonstrated at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.
Steve Wozniak shows the press around the renovated Computer History Museum and talks about the devices that shaped his life.
Steve Wozniak shows the press around the renovated Computer History Museum and talks about the devices that influenced his life.
Mel Van Dusen presents a visual tour of Frank LLoyd Wright's V.C. Morris Gift Shop (now the Xanady Gallery) on Maiden Lane in San Francisco.
Curator Hanna Regev gives an opening night tour of "The Seduction of Duchamp: Bay Area Artists' Response" at the Art Zone 461 Gallery in San Francisco.
Kindergarden teacher Betty Peck talks about the child's "awe and wonder" of life and gives a tour of her house and garden with her husband Willys.
Ohlone Indian Ann Marie Sayers talks about the importance of respecting the Earth, sacred ceremony, Indian history and life at Indian Canyon.
Chief astronomer at the Seti Institute, Seth Shostak, talks about life in the universe and our place in it, the Roswell Incident, the ultimate concern of humanity, and closes the show by sharing an insight from the head of an alien.
Mel Van Dusen presents the Linotype (model #5) as demonstrated by Jim Gard at Willys Peck's printing museum.
Mel Van Dusen interviews Andrea van de Loo about her experience with marijuana addiction, the steps she has learned to deal with it, and her own spiritual quest.
Kraig Brockschmidt talks about his spiritual journey of transformation while working at Microsoft.
Laura Hollands-Steck talks about "approachability" and how developing this trait is essential for success in the workplace.