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All text Copyright 2005-2013, Marc Mislanghe
This site is the virtual showcase of a private collection of equipment and documents acquired over a lifetime career of work in the high-tech era of the 20th Century. The overall HP Memory Project is a work of gratitude from one of the many people who had the good fortune to spend a full professional life working for one of the world's most successful High-Tech Companies, the Hewlett-Packard Co. HP was one of the very few Companies in which the frame of mind of the founders, David Packard and William Hewlett, grew from their cooperative philosophy of life into a model of a wonderful way of management...The HP Way.
In 2011, we added an archive of personal stories of a number of HP employees, which has turned out to be a very popular attraction for our collection. Go to the Timeline section to access these memoirs and personalities of the HP of the last half of the 20th Century. For questions about the origin of the project, please see the Presentation chapter. For more What & Why answers take a look at the About Us and Curator Chapters. For a quick overview of this site content, try the Interactive Site Map.