The Elliott 903, launched in 1965, was once a relatively versatile £10k computer. Today it is popular on TNMOC's Learning Programme. Its origins date back to the schooldays of one of TNMOC's volunteers.
TNMOC members gathered - offsite - in London for their Christmas Social last month. Why not join the group and attend some of their fascinating events this year?
Three winners of the Fascinating Ada Competition designed to inspire female students about careers received their prizes at Oxford University this week and met two Colossus veterans.
When Queen had a Christmas number one with Bohemian Rhapsody, what was happening in computing? USA network planned to link incompatible computers, 1000th ICL 2903 installed (at £100,000) ...
Artist David Link pays tribute to Tony Sale and three other British engineers and curators who practiced media archaeology long before the liberal arts discovered the theme.
Today is the third anniversary of the reboot of the WITCH, one of the most popular exhibits at the Museum. As the world's oldest working digital computer, many hail it as a "proper computer" ...
An in-depth article featuring Colossus and Tommy Flowers features in the 2015 Royal Mail Year Book. Earlier this year, Colossus was highlighted in the Inventive Britain series.
Forty members of the TNMOC Members' Club enjoyed the Club's second open day on 26th September 2015. They saw behind the scenes and heard talks on eavesdropping and air traffic control.
The winners of the Summer Bytes LEGO buld a computer competition have been announced. As always it was a tough choice with some great entries in each of the two age groups.
A whistle-stop tour of TNMOC in smart new video encapsulating the Museum in a couple of minutes. Thanks to Mark Thompson of The Outlook Group for this exceptional piece.
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