- Early Computing and Its Impact on Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, by Bill Lokke
This PDF document is written by one who was there while it was all happening, and is from the Livermore Lab Technical Information Division archives.
- The Magnetic Disk Heritage Center - Dr. Albert S. Hoagland.
- The Bayview Club - (Former employees of CDC located at the "SVLOPS" facility) - Jitze Couperus
- Compuseum - The American Computer Museum of Bozeman, MT
- The CDC 6600 and 7600 Systems - Ed Thelen
- The Father of ASCII - Bob Bemer
- A History of Computing Timeline Display at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- A History of Computing at Columbia University
- Some great stories about Seymour Cray and his CRAY-3 and -4 Computers
- Norm Hardy, a correspondent and interviewee of this project, states,
"The document at
http://www-1.ibm.com/ibm/history/documents/pdf/faq.pdf is the most complete list of historic IBM hardware by far that I have ever seen."
- Profile, Biography, and Interview with Edward Teller.
It's important to remember that while Dr. Teller is rightly known as "the Father
of the (American) Hydrogen Bomb," he is also the original instigator of the use
of high performance computing as an element of National Security Scientific
Research and Development, and the founder of Lawrence Livermore National
- History of Computing Information - Mike Muuss