Notes from the Museum

Colin Barnes 1940-2016

We are very sad to report the passing of Colin Barnes, one of the key figures in establishing the UK Slide Rule Circle collection at TNMOC in 2009. Peter Hopp has kindly supplied this obituary ...

Winner of tickets to Electronic Superhighway Exhibition

Through the generosity of the Whitechapel Gallery in London, TNMOC ran a competition to give two free tickets to see the Electronic Superhighway Exhibition. The exhibition runs until 15 May 2016. The winner is ...

Great Bytes prizes

Lots of great prizes on offer at Easter Bytes: Wacom creative tablets, a round of golf at a top course, Escape Rooms experience, tickets for a rugby match, a T20 cricket match and lots more ...

Try the Turing Test!

Try the imitation game at Easter Bytes this weekend! Can you tell if it's a machine or a person answering! The answers to your questions will appear on a 1950's style teleprinter ...

Spring 1976 from the pages of Computer Weekly

When Intel announced its 'chip' computer, two orders are placed for Cray 1, and the House of Lords gets a computer-based information retrieval system ... the Commons has to wait.

Sinclair Holm - minding the shop

“I score very low on the geek scale, but I find volunteering in the shop very satisfying and I know I am contributing to a worthwhile cause,” says Sinclair Holm, who is in the Museum coffee shop on Thursdays.

Volunteering at TNMOC: variety & a CV booster

Jill Clarke has volunteered at the Museum for more than five years and enjoys the variety it brings and the new skills that she has developed. "One of my favourite aspects of being a volunteer is the Bytes Festivals."

CyberCenturion 2016 Final at TNMOC

After three gruelling rounds of intense online cyber battles, ten teams of the UK’s finest 12-18 year-old amateur cyber talent have won through to the CyberCenturion Final to be held at TNMOC in April.

What's it like to be a volunteer at TNMOC?

As a TNMOC volunteer Andrew Spencer enjoys telling visitors the stories about the machines and loves to hear their reactions "interaction with visitors is very refreshing and stimulating after a week’s work".

Volunteer at TNMOC!

Have you ever thought of volunteering as a guide at one of the world’s top museums of computing? Sheridan Williams did and loves every minute of it. Here is what he says ...

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