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Decoding the Past: Conversations with PC Innovators

The Paul Gray Personal Computing Museum in partnership with CGU Center for Information Systems & Technology and CGU School of Arts and Humanities invites you to Decoding the Past: Conversations with PC Innovators, an ongoing conversation series with key players in the personal computer revolution.

This session, The Roots of Techno-Optimism, is an opportunity to join a conversation with Harry McCracken, veteran technology journalist and current editor for Fast Company. A self-proclaimed techno-optimist, McCracken has spent the last three decades writing about how technology and personal computing affects peoples’ lives, serving as editor at large for Time magazine, editor of PC World, and founder and editor of Technologizer.


ecoding the Past Conversations with PC Innovators (Harry McCracken)

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