Andrew Lison's Video Ethnography for the Computer History Museum

Andrew Lison's Video Ethnography for the Computer History Museum

Andrew Lison

The Computer History Museum’s Center for Software History has been conducting what is called “video ethnographies” to record and preserve the experience of running historical software. Here is the video ethnography Professor Andrew Lison did over the summer with the Computer History Museum, related to his current book project *New Media at the End of History*. Check out this live and amazing account of multimedia’s development in its geopolitical context: 

https://www.computerhistory.org/atchm/an-inflection-point-in-the-history-of-multimedia-video-ethnographies-of-visual-almanac-and-news-navigator/