Colossus is under wraps at the moment because of a roof problem. Tunny and Bombe galleries open as usual.
The first scholarly, interdisciplinary journal devoted to the past history of intelligence work. Includes articles written by AG Denniston and Gordon Welchman plus the Action This Day memo.
Promoting IT in the Scottish Highlands, ICL makes sales inroads in the outback, for first time that pilots agree the need to automate of in-flight procedures, ICL in hospitals, and more ...
What price a byte of computer memory in 1969? The latest in our photo of the month series from the Computer weekly archive at TNMOC.
Alan Turing’s Automatic Computing Engine by Jack Copeland describes Turing's struggle to build the modern computer. First-hand accounts by Turing and the pioneers of computing.
Honeywell’s Forty-Ton Mainframe 1958-64. The Datamatic 1000 was the first electronic computer system produced by Honeywell. It cost about $2 million.
Parts of the roof of Block H are to be replaced. Sadly, First Generation Gallery & Mainframes Room must close to visitors for 3 months on 30 November. Rest of the museum will be open as normal.
Who has been programming the longest? We've had lots of people stepping forward following a claim from a 70-year old who started coding in 1969. A flurry of updates: 1951, lunar programming ...
As we enter our second decade, help us by designing a t-shirt expressing what we do! Open to all. Easy to enter!
Sadie and Susie hold hands in a new company, BCL, GEC and AEI-English Electric merge, and lots more from 1968 computing news in Computing Weekly.
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