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Digitally remastered in collaboration with the Computer History Museum and delivered on a premium custom USB 3 flash drive, The Powersharing Series brings contemporary first-person accounts to the story of the birth and growth of personal computing.

  • Bill Gates presents his vision of the future of the Macintosh.
  • Steve Jobs and NeXT present a concert at Boston’s Symphony Hall.
  • Martin Graetz and Alan Kotok describe creating Spacewar!, the first computer game.
  • Seymour Papert discusses why his LOGO language so powerfully stimulates and reinforces learning.
  • Alan Kay describes the era’s foundational work so brilliantly done at Xerox PARC.
  • Alvy Ray Smith discusses and illustrates the systems making possible Pixar’s pioneering animated films. (audio and video versions)
  • These and so many other voices capture the original excitement as major computing milestones are introduced to the public.

    Now available for the first time ever! See below for details.

Steve Jobs and NeXT at Boston’s Symphony Hall (Nov 1988).
Program #190 in The Powersharing Series (104 min.)

*Want to get a taste for what’s included? Click here to get access to 10 sample clips from the series, including hearing from Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Steve Wozniak.

*Want to get a peak at what’s included? View the Table of Contents by:   Speaker   |   Venue   |   Date

PowerSharingDriveFront PowerSharingDriveInside

Digitally remastered in collaboration with the Computer History Museum and delivered on a premium custom USB 3 flash drive, The Powersharing Series brings contemporary first-person accounts to the story of the birth and growth of personal computing.

  • Bill Gates presents his vision of the future of the Macintosh.
  • Steve Jobs and NeXT present a concert at Boston’s Symphony Hall.
  • Martin Graetz and Alan Kotok describe creating Spacewar!, the first computer game.
  • Seymour Papert discusses why his LOGO language so powerfully stimulates and reinforces learning.
  • Alan Kay describes the era’s foundational work so brilliantly done at Xerox PARC.
  • Alvy Ray Smith discusses and illustrates the systems making possible Pixar’s pioneering animated films. (audio and video versions)
  • These and so many other voices capture the original excitement as major computing milestones are introduced to the public.

    Now available for the first time ever! See below for details.

Steve Jobs and NeXT at Boston’s Symphony Hall (Nov 1988).
Program #190 in The Powersharing Series (104 min.)

*Want to get a taste for what’s included. Click here to get access to 10 sample clips from the series, including hearing from Steve Jobs, Bill Gates, and Steve Wozniak.

*Want to get a peak at what’s included? View the Table of Contents by:   Speaker   |   Venue   |   Date


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100 copies of the Complete Final Edition Flash Drive available at the introductory price of $59.95

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24 Page Bound copy of the Resource Guide available at the introductory price of $12.95

PDF version of this Guide is included with Flash Drive purchase.

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100 copies of the Complete Final Edition Flash Drive available at the introductory price of $59.95

Available Now!

amazon-logo_black

24 Page Bound copy of the Resource Guide available at the introductory price of $12.95

PDF version of this Guide is included with Flash Drive purchase.


The Story of The Powersharing Series

In this 14 minute film, Series creator Charles Mann relates how and why the Series began as a training video for the Apple II, how it morphed into an audiotape series featuring computer industry pioneers and leaders, and how, with the help of the Computer History Museum, it has been reborn as a digital Series.

What is The Powersharing Series

In 3 minutes, this production uses clips from the Story film to provide a sense of the nature and scope of the Series.                                .

The Story of The Powersharing Series

In this 14 minute film, Series creator Charles Mann relates how and why the Series began as a training video for the Apple II, how it morphed into an audiotape series featuring computer industry pioneers and leaders, and how, with the help of the Computer History Museum, it has been reborn as a digital Series.

What is The Powersharing Series

In 3 minutes, this production uses clips from the Story film to provide a sense of the nature and scope of the Series.                                .