[svlug] Computer History Museum
oldestgeek at gmail.com
Sun Jan 27 00:11:46 PST 2008
Every other Saturday, the PDP-1 Restoration Project opens to the public.
Amongst other things, they run the first version of Space Wars (and some
visitors get to play it) and some very good computer music. Both programs
were developed by office mates at MIT. Often the music guy himself is
You can take all the (personal use) photos you want but don't touch the
hardware. There is an original Apple I signed by Woz and lots of iron.
On Jan 26, 2008 11:44 PM, Paul Reiber <reiber at gmail.com> wrote:
> A number of SVLUGgers have helped out the CHM over the years.
> This includes Bill Selmeier, who's no longer here in the bay area, who
> worked there as a docent, and Paul Cubbage, still here in Silly Valley
> and still going strong, who provided the CHM with a working Canon Cat
> (a machine designed by Jef Raskin, which was scuttled most probably by
> Steve Jobs to ensure the success of the Macintosh). I'm sure there
> have been others as well.
> I attempted some time ago to negotiate a group rate that would let me
> organize an SVLUG field trip to the CHM; unfortunately, they weren't
> receptive to that at that time. Hopefully things will change someday,
> such that we can arrange and finance a visit there without having to
> defray the expense across the attending members.
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