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Welcome challenger. Why not sit down, and play a little game?
Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Will live next to Colossus.
Donated by Robert Schifreen.
Part of the Learning Programme.
Matt Parker to weave chatter into song.
Pioneer Hermann Hauser presides.
Some major milestones along the way.
Saved from landfill by John Loker.
Educational resources to go live in 2015.
Flowers' creation remembered.
Needs to find matched funding, though.
Big things afoot at the computing museum.
Charity album to boost educational programmes.
First chassis rolling off the production line.
Harwell's Dekatron, or WITCH, lives again.
Three computing museums, including TNMOC in the UK, have teamed up to celebrate Alan Turing's 100th birthday.
EDSAC, one of the world's first electronic computers, is to be rebuilt at Bletchley Park.
The National Museum of Computing has played host to an interesting experiment in retro coding.
Bletchley Park - home of the Codebreaking Museum and the National Museum of Computing - has received a government grant for £250,000.
The National Museum of Computing is set to become the venue for the first British Vintage Computer Festival for two days in June.
PGP and IBM have joined forces to launch a campaign to raise funds for Bletchley Park and the National Museum of Computing - both of which are in danger of being forgotten.
Bletchley Park has launched a series of videos introducing a selection of fully-working equipment from the birth of the industry.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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