Danielle Baskin is a product designer, situation designer, visual artist, and the founder of numerous eccentric small businesses such as a Branded Fruit, Dialup, and Maskalike.
Podcast— Conversations with the minds that shaped computing.
Loretta Staples is a prolific designer and educator whose work designing graphical user interfaces on the Macintosh Classic in the 1980s and 1990s helped shape personal computing as we know it today.
Gretchen McCulloch is an internet linguist — an analyst of the language of the internet, for the people of the internet. She's the author of the New York Times bestselling "Because Internet: Understanding the New Rules of Language," a Resident Linguist at WIRED, and was formerly the Resident Linguist at The Toast.
Omar Rizwan is a researcher and developer interested in new computer interfaces and new ways of programming. He previously worked at Dynamicland, Stripe, and Khan Academy. He’s a prolific creator of interesting projects such as Geokit, Screenotate, Hijack Your Feed, and many others.
Howard Rheingold is a writer and educator known for being one of the first thinkers to treat the internet as a social and cultural environment.
Alan Kay, or the “father of personal computers," is best known for his work on object-oriented programming languages, windowing graphical user interface design, and for leading the team that developed Smalltalk.
Creator of critically-acclaimed puzzle games Braid and The Witness, Jonathan Blow is an independent video game designer and programmer known for his thoughtful development and fiercely critical eye.
Former Apple and Khan Academy designer-artist-technologist, May-Li Khoe pioneers new ways for humans to interact with machines.
Four experts discuss the life and belief systems of computer pioneer Richard Hamming.
Pam’s work made computers accessible to groups like social workers and hippies, providing a resource network for anything they needed.
Former Senior Research Fellow at XEROX Parc, Stu made significant contributions to Human Computer Interaction, like the design of Engelbart's mouse.
A self-described “controversial figure,” Ted’s ideas have influenced modern computing and the role these tools should play in our lives.
One of the titans of internet communication, Louis invented the datagram in the early 1970s, paving the way for the internet as a revolutionary tool for distributing information.
A core member of the Apple Macintosh development team in the 1980s, Andy designed and architected the original Macintosh software system.