Computing's Woodstock - Los Alamos 1976

In 1976, Los Alamos hosted the International History of Computing Conference where the pioneering efforts of computing were discussed, often by the pioneers themselves. The Computer History Museum has posted videos from the talks, which cover important machines, languages, people, institutions, and practices invented in the first 30 years of the craft. Dag Spicer, the senior curator at CHM, has written a blog post giving an overview and background of the event.