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Summer Bytes gets even tastier

The Summer Bytes Festival continues at The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park with digital creative fun for all theb family over the next few weeks at the home of Colossus.

Summer Bytes 2014 boots up

Summer Bytes Festival at The National Museum of Computing on Bletchley Park.
Every day 11am-5pm from 26 July – 2 September 2014
Summer Bytes supported by Bloomberg

Rediscovered EDSAC diagrams reveal secrets

Some of the earliest diagrams of a computer have been rediscovered more than sixty years after they were drawn and are giving the EDSAC team fresh insights into their ongoing reconstruction.

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Winter Lecture Series

Starting 9 October 2014 TNMOC winter lecture series. First up is a history of video gaming by Tristan Donovan, then gigapixel photography by Sophie Wilson, and signals in war and peace in association with Cambridge Wireless. Book your tickets now.

Summer Bytes specials - last day today!

Summer Bytes enters its final week with lots of activities: a LEGO spectacular, Minecraft, simulations, vintage computer games, FUZE, Raspberry Pi and lots more. Open every day, 11am to 5pm, until Tuesday 2 September 2014.

Summer Bytes games & astronomy weekend

Computer games and astronomy this bank holiday weekend 23-25 August 2014 at Summer Bytes. Play games, learn how to make them and speak to pro games makers. Take part in daytime astronomy and learn how to carry on the hobby at home.

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Robinson valve amplifier testing

A video of Charles Coultas of the Robinson reconstruction team testing the valve amplifier for Robinson, the machine that inspired Colossus.

Video tour of EDSAC

Andrew Herbert, leader of the EDSAC Project, gives a video tour of EDSAC as commissioning of the reconstruction at TNMOC begins.

EDSAC diagrams rediscovered - video

Some of the earliest diagrams of a computer have been rediscovered more than sixty years after they were drawn and are giving the EDSAC team something to think about.

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Wants and Surplus

TNMOC's Archive is a treasure trove open to bona fide researchers. We're looking to fill in some gaps in publications like BYTE and PCW, and can even dispose of some surplus copies.

Bill Tutte Memorial unveiled

More than 70 years ago, Bill Tutte made a breakthrough that shortened World War II and saved countless lives. He passed away in 2002 unknown to all but a few privileged people.

Computing in 1974 from Computer Weekly

Forty years ago: a TV data news service is getting close, Birmingham Post & Mail gets online for staff, Leicester gets traffic control system, and everyone wants ICL's new range.

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