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EDSAC, forerunner of general purpose computing, to be recreated

Plans for visitors to The National Museum of Computing to see the recreation of world-famous 1940’s stored-program computer

The HTML Patchwork on display at TNMOC

The HTML Patchwork, a colourful seven feet high quilt created by more than 200 sewers from across the globe, is on show at The National Museum of Computing from now until the end of December 2010.

TV star takes up residence in TNMOC

George the Robot, who appears on the BBC Wallace and Gromit TV series World of Invention, is the sixty-year old brainchild of Tony Sale. George is now at TNMOC.

Aerohive provides wi-fi access at TNMOC

Controller-less AP’s provide visitors and staff with Wi-Fi access

Computer Weekly donates its 44-year archive to TNMOC

The story of IT from specialised sector to economic powerhouse

TNMOC receives its largest-ever consortium donation

Bletchley Park Capital Partners (BPCP) and its associates have donated £100,000 to The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) to help secure its future and enable its further development.

More line up for Britain’s first Vintage Computer Festival 19-20 June

Chip-tune music, retro design, a big name from 1980s and a challenge with a 1960s computer are the latest additions to the programme for Britain’s first-ever Vintage Computer Festival at The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park on 19-20 June 2010.

OMD to appear at VCF

A walk on the geek side with OMD at Britain’s first Vintage Computing Festival

Tickets now on sale

TNMOC launches membership package for computing enthusiasts

How individuals can play a key role in conserving our computing heritage

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