An international team of modelling experts who met on an internet forum is attempting to construct a virtual Colossus. The team plans to build a 3D model of Colossus. This may take some time ...
What was it like computing after the hot summer of 1976? Cray 1 passes its test, UK bookshops get an online ordering system, a Birmingham Museum sees history in the making ...
Remember the time before wall-mounted LCD screens? We're looking for small LCD TVs with analogue connections for our retrogaming events. Can you help?
Summer Bytes see lots of interesting visitors. Last week, Dr Peter Thorne arrived to look around and told us about his involvement in Australia with the world’s oldest extant computer.
Visitors to the Summer Bytes Festival were amongst the first to see and experience the new self-driving vehicles that will be coming to Milton Keynes soon.
Last Sunday, as part of Summer Bytes, a TNMOC team attempted to re-enact 1940's style radio contact with the Resistance Museum in Vassieux-en-Vercors, France. Here's what happened.
The Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen came to TNMOC and here's one of the entries with memorable 1960's music.
Forty members of TNMOC Club, their families and volunteers enjoyed a gourmet BBQ at TNMOC last weekend. Third Light Ltd sponsored the event, kindly providing all the food and drinks.
A new piece of digital-based art has just arrived in the Colossus Gallery as part of the Milton Keynes International Festival 2016. Ground Resistance displays real-time radar data of air traffic above Bletchley.
Paul Martin of Flog It visited TNMOC to feature Lorenz and Colossus and the two very under-rated heroes Bill Tutte and Tommy Flowers. An incredible story becoming more impressive as years pass!
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