Category Archives: Museums

Vintage Computer Fest East 8.0 May 5th and 6th 2012

MARCH, The Mid Atlantic Retro Computing Hobbyists is having their annual Vintage Computer Fair over at the Infoage Science, Learning Center and Museum in Wall NJ.. VCFE 8.0 has a number of great speakers this year Tom Kurtz, Co-inventor of … Continue reading

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Wall Street Journal writes about Paul Allen, his museum and his love for old computers

The Wall Street Journal has a good article about Paul Allen’s Living Computer Museum. Link to the Article “What’s 6 Feet Tall and Weighs 1,500 Pounds? A Minicomputer, Microsoft Co-Founder’s Museum Forages Far and Wide for Digital Behemoths of Yore” They … Continue reading

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The Art of Video Games Exhibit at the Smithsonian American Art Museum

FINALLY someone recognizing that video games are an art form! The Smithsonian American Art Museum is currently putting together a show on “The Art of Video Games” They have a site to vote for games to put in the show: www.artofvideogames.org From the … Continue reading

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Video tour of the new Computer History Museum’s exhibit “Revolutions”

YouTube channel Scobleizer has a video tour of the new Computer History Museum’s exhibit “Revolutions”. Much thanks to Robert Scoble for filming this and sharing with the YouTube community

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The Computer History Museum’s new exhibit “Revolution”

The Computer History Museum in Mountain View California just opened their newest exhibit “Revolution, The First 2000 Years of Computing” The exhibit traces the history of computing from modern day all the way back to the abacus. Now when I … Continue reading

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