In view of recent press reports about the dispute at Bletchley Park, the trustees of TNMOC would like it to be known that on 13 February 2014 its Board wrote to the Bletchley Park Trust proposing an independent review of the situation. A full reply is awaited.
An online video resource for schools about the history of computing has won a prestigious BETT award. The unprecedented resource created with LGfL is now available online to approximately 25,000 UK schools.
The Computer Conservation Society invites applications for the second Tony Sale Award. The award is to recognise achievements in computer conservation or restoration, and is open to any individual or group anywhere in the world.
One of the first mass-produced business computers has been rescued from the scrapheap for the third time in its 50-year history. The ICT 1301, also known as Flossie, has just arrived in storage at TNMOC.
4Links, SpaceWire technology supplier, has become the first corporate donor to enable TNMOC to leverage part of the matching funds from the £1 million pledge recently made by a technology entrepreneur.