The ACM journal Inroads, which is aimed at computer science educators, recently published an article on the teaching of the history of computing that discusses one of my courses. The article is entitled “A call for champions: why some history of computing courses are more successful than others” and the course that it describes — The Information Age — is one of my proudest accomplishments. When I last taught the course at the University of Pennsylvania, I had almost three hundred students. I will teach it here at Indiana University for the first time in the Spring 2014 semester. Keep your eye out!