After a very busy Easter weekend things returned to some form of normality this week...
With over 1000 visitors to the museum, it was a very busy Easter weekend for all concerned.
ACME removals were the order of the day with most of the volunteers relocating equipment.
After the musical interlude last week it was back to normal museum work this week...
Many months of hard work and long hours by Matthew Applegate (Pixelh8) culminated in two very successful concert nights of his new work Obsolete?
Another interesting Saturday at the museum and a number of key events occured during the week.
A really busy day finishing off the Development of Personal Computing Gallery.
The pressure was on to complete the new PC gallery now the fitters have completed the majority of their work.
Yesterday was a super day. Warm and sunny, and the museum received over 400 visitors!
A very hectic day today (Sat) for all the volunteers with work done on the PC gallery, some nice interactive white boards, Sun Servers, another 803 fault and some more box moving.
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