Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Uploaded on Oct 2, 2014
 See How They Ran is a compilation video produced by the Computer History Museum. The focus is on early computing devices found in the Museum's collection, showing these machines in the context of work applications and popular culture.
Footage is taken from the following moving images in the Museum's Audiovisual Collection:
Computing devices and technologies shown throughout the various clips include the ENIAC, EDSAC, the IBM 7030 Data Processing System (Stretch), the IBM 7090, The IBM 26 Printing Card Punch, the IBM 650, the IBM 704, the IBM 709, the IBM 705, the Zeus time-sharing system, the Algol/Gogol computer language, the Fortran language, and the TX-0 transistorized computer.
The film also contains footage of computing personalities Arthur W. Burks, J. Pres Eckert, John Mauchly, Jane McNulty, Betty Jean Jennings (Jean Bartik), Herman Goldstein, John Backus, Maurice Wilkes, Arthur Burks, and Cuthbert Hurd.