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A-mazing Easter Bytes

The spectacular Bletchley Park Maze which disappeared at the beginning of World War II has been recreated digitally for visitors to explore at TNMOC over Easter.

Capt Raymond "Jerry" Roberts MBE 1920-2014

It is with great sadness that we pass on the news of the death of Capt Raymond "Jerry" Roberts MBE, one of the last surviving Bletchley Park codebreakers. He worked in the Testery deciphering Tunny.

TNMOC restates call for an Independent Review of Bletchley Park disagreements

TNMOC trustees urge Bletchley Park Trustees to agree to an Independent Review so that the current disageements can be resolved and a globally important heritage site can be an inspiration for future generations.

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Open Evening for Businesses

There is a special Open Evening for businesses at TNMOC
on Thursday 1 May 2014.
Arrive anytime between 5.30pm - 8pm.
Free registration.

Easter Bytes Festival

Special activities for all the family every afternoon 10-21 April 2014. From computerised LEGO EV3 Mindstorms to Easter Egg Hunts -- virtual and real -- to a sand table robot and virtual reality headset and lots more.

Lecture: The technology of visual effects on TV

Mat Irvine on Cause and Effect: The technology of visual effects on TV.
Evening lecture on Thursday 27 March 2014 by long-time special effects designer and director for the BBC Visual Effects Department.
Tickets now on sale.

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EDSAC electronics racks in place

The EDSAC Project has made great progress over the last two weeks of February and the overall look of the EDSAC reconstruction is beginning to appear.

EDSAC Gallery takes shape

The EDSAC project is now really starting to show results: the first racks of electronics are about to be installed and visitors will soon be able to see the reconstruction in action.

EDSAC reconstruction on target

On target at almost one-third of the way through, the EDSAC reconstruction project volunteers meet at the University of Cambridge, where the original EDSAC was built, to discuss progress.

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LEGO competition

Calling everyone 16 and under
25,000 LEGO bricks waiting for you!
Easter Bytes special competition
Build your version of a vintage computer with LEGO!

Mainframes turn 50

The BBC is running a story today about Mainframes turning 50: Half-century milestone for IBM mainframes with a contribution from TNMOC trustee Kevin Murrell. See some mainframes at TNMOC.

#MuseumMastermind on Twitter - a round-up

It's #MuseumWeek on Twitter and today is #MuseumMastermind day. Test your knowledge. A new question every hour today. Answers on Twitter or here at the end of the working day.

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