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  1. STIM Sloan-Stanford Network for the History of Technology

  2. Welcome to Science and Technology in the Making (STIM) The Science and Technology in the Making Web sites use an innovative approach to investigating and documenting recent/contemporary events in science and technology. We are all interested in using of the interactive capabilities of the internet to gather survey information and personal histories, encourage dialogue between the makers of history, and provide an (inter)-active archive about the technologies these makers have created. Since the major players in our projects are still alive and continue, in many cases, to be active, their stories, their experiences, point of view, and contributions will be an essential part of the history presented on the web sites. Thus, the traditionally more or less silent subjects of a historical study become personally involved, contributing participants and partners in the writing of the history of their community. Projects EV online PCR Big Dig NYC Blackout Mousesite STIM

  3. Projects EV online PCR Big Dig NYC Blackout Mousesite STIM

  4. Projects EV online PCR Big Dig NYC Blackout Mousesite STIM

  5. Projects EV online PCR Big Dig NYC Blackout Mousesite STIM

  6. Projects EV online PCR Big Dig NYC Blackout Mousesite STIM

  7. STIM Project Origins in SiliconBase 1994-97

  8. Paper World Published articles Notebooks Technical reports Memos Grant proposals Electronic Media Email Software Data tapes Video Simulations SiliconBaseResearching the History of High Technology Wide range of document types Networked Scholarly Workspaces for the History of High Technology

  9. SiliconBase Provide Science & Technology Studies Researchers an Expanded Toolkit Networked Scholarly Workspaces for the History of High Technology

  10. A resource for tracking the demographics of agents, competencies, and technical skills within and between companies, universities, and research organizations. A resource that does not reflect a single point of view, but which will grow flexibly to accommodate new materials and multiple perspectives. SiliconBase Project Aims Networked Scholarly Workspaces for the History of High Technology

  11. SiliconBase Multimedia Archives Search Tools • Full Text • Image Content Searcher Networked Scholarly Workspaces for the History of High Technology

  12. SiliconBase Guided Tours Networked Scholarly Workspaces for the History of High Technology

  13. MouseSite • History of Human Computer Interaction • Doug Engelbart and the Mouse • Hypertext • Windowing • Networked Collaboration