IBM is celebrating their Centennial Anniversary by showcasing their history and contributions in Innoventions.
Paul Lasewicz, IBM archivist, is sharing his knowledge and showing some of the products that have made them famous over the last 100 years.
The 20 minute presentation is full of information and facts. As a bit of a history buff, it was really interesting learning about their roles in early census tabulations and the creation of the Social Security Administration. I also learned that I need to type 216 words a minute to break the world record…guess I can mark that off the bucket list.
I know I probably sounds like a huge dork right now. But what started off as a way to dodge the rain, turned into a really fun hour.
Paul and his presentation are here until tomorrow, and take place every hour from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.
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