TNMOC in the news

ZDNet video feature on Obsolete?

  • ZDNet at the first night performance of Obsolete? last Friday.

BBC Radio 6 Music feature on Obsolete? and the music of Pixelh8

BBC Look East feature video on Obsolete?

BBC Suffolk photo gallery of Obsolete? performance

  • Saturday night pictures of Obsolete? including Matthew Applegate with Imogen Heap.

Matthew Applegate / Pixelh8 and Lin Jones of TNMOC interviewed on BBC Radio 4 Click On programme

  • Recorded on Friday 6 March, the interviews aired on Monday 16 March, but if you missed the broadcast you can catch it again here (15 mins and 40 secs in).

Pixelh8 to play Bletchley

  • Guest of the month -- Performing Rights Society Foundation

  • Code-breaks and beats -- New Scientist

  • Datormusik på riktigt -- NyTeknik (Sweden)

  • Making beautiful music with the earliest computers -- Silicon.com

  • L'orchestra virtuale dei Pc-dinosauro -- Macworld Italy

  • Vintage computers play electronica -- Computer Weekly

  • A musical trip to Bletchley Park -- ZDNet

  • Old computers resurrected as instruments at Bletchley Park -- Slashdot

  • Bletchley's Colossus makes beautiful music -- The Register

  • Bletchley Park to stage retro computer orchestra -- bit.tech

  • Yo Colossus -- PC World

  • Composer orchestrates historic computers -- The Institution of Engineering and Technology

  • Vintage computers set to make music -- IT Pro

Clive Akass remembers life with slide rules

  • In PCW online.

Matthew Applegate / Pixelh8 on BBC Look East TV news

  • BBC Look East TV news

  • Matthew was interviewed at TNMOC recently about his forthcoming composition using sounds from TNMOC vintage computers. More about Obsolete? his forthcoming concerts at Bletchley Park.

Dr Sue Black tells the Daily Telegraph why she is ashamed to be British

  • because the UK Government neglects Bletchley Park -- and she gives a warm endorsement to The National Museum of Computing.

Silicon.com reports on IRIS regaining its vision

  • Includes lots of pictures of the former air traffic control system now working at TNMOC.

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