TNMOC in the news
Colossus Operator tells her story
TNMOC features in The Big Bang Fair Live Lesson
In MK's Top Ten tourist attractions
MK Web and described by one visitor as "a wonderful trip down memory lane for me seeing computers that I had used in the past and my experiences of them. Well worth the extra fee, a history that we should all support. The volunteers were most helpful and knowledgeable."
Royal Mail issues Colossus stamp
- MK News ROYAL MAIL: New stamp celebrates Colossus computer built at Bletchley Park and now celebrated at The National Museum of Computing
- MK Web
- IDG Connect 5 Reasons I’m chuffed by the UK’s new Colossus stamp by Kathryn Cave
- Destination MK
- The Register Tommy Flowers and his valves: their part in Hitler's downfall
Matt Parker's Imitation Archive takes shape
Bill Tutte honoured
In University of Waterloo Annual Report: "Professor William Tutte, a founding member of Waterloo’s Faculty of Mathematics and the world-leading combinatorics program, has recently been acknowledged for his instrumental role in deciphering the Lorenz cipher while at Bletchley Park during the Second World War. Pictured: Reconstruction of British Tunny machine based on Tutte’s mathematical insights, The National Museum of Computing, Bletchley Park".