TNMOC in the news
Flossie gets syndicated around local radio
CNN's Leading Women
Raiding the BBC programme archives on IT
Leo Kelion of BBC News Online interviews Kevin Murrell about Flossie.
Jack Schofield on the film-star computer in ZDNet.
"While Howdy Doody and Buffalo Bob Smith were regaling America's youth with Western-themed puppet antics and the Cold War was starting to get serious, British businessmen were employing one of the world's first out-of-the-laboratory computers ... " begins Ben Gilbert in Engadget.
"The ancient business computer" in V3
"What weighs 5 tons and has less computing power than your watch?" in GizMag
Computer Business Review
Geeks are Sexy
Commuinications of the ACM.
and as far afield as the Deccan Herald in the centre of the Indian IT industry, Bangalore
the Indian Business Standard,
Root in the Czech Republic
Enet in Greece
Hardware in Norway
NetEase in China
and a puzzled journalist in Forbes and the Chicago Tribune.
Women in Computing Gallery opens
Interviews with Dame Stephanie Shirley and Sophie Wilson on BBC Radio 5 Live Outriders feature on TNMOC's new Women in Computing Gallery on 16 September 2013. Audio starts at 01:09.
Dame Stephanie Shirley interviewed by Chris Vallance for BBC Radio 4 starting at 25mins 50sec in on the Saturday 7 September broadcast.
Exploring the Computer Weekly Archives on women in computing
Museum celebrates women in computing on BBC News Online
Bletchley Park celebrates women in computing in The Daily Telegraph
"Computer-crazed female boffinry" in The Register
And in the most widely read newspaper in Italy: Corriere della Sera
Afternoon tea with computing's heroines in the Google Europe blog
MK Citizen reports on the Gallery opening
Redressing the gender balance in style in Culture 24
Elaine Burke (aka Critical Red Pen ;-) writes in Silicon Republic
plus HR magazines like HR Grapevine
and visitor attraction websites like AtlasObscura.
Welcome for the one million pound pledge
BBC News Online
The Register on the donation from "techie Crotty" for "Blightie's computing history"
Jack Schofield in ZDNet
The Inquirer on double your money
V3 welcoming the pledge
and regionally by
MK Citizen featuring a photo of the late Tony Sale, co-founder of TNMOC.
And in interview with Kevin Murrell on BBC Three Counties Radio on 3 September at 2h17m30s in