Posts by Rena Youngblood

Why I Serve on CMoA’s Board

My first interaction with a computer was a Texas Instruments handheld business calculator I purchased for a 1973 University of Florida accounting course. It was the single most expensive educational…

CMoA Partners with Eaton Academy LEAP Program

Computer Museum of America (CMoA) is grateful for volunteers that help with the behind the scenes work in addition to guiding visitors through the exhibits. Recently, we formed a relationship…

What Are Punch Cards in Early Computers?

  In 2021, over 80 million personal computer (PC) units were shipped in the last quarter alone. The PC market in the US is categorized into several types, from workstations and…

SWAPtember 2022

Computer Museum of America is thrilled to be a participating member of the SWAPtember program in metro Atlanta this year. Swap the savings during the annual SWAPtember event at 22…

Educator’s Weekend 2022

As we begin a new school year, Computer Museum of America (CMoA) would like to show our appreciation for all of our local K-12 educators. This year we’ll be kicking…