5790RE: [midatlanticretro] Re: USA vintage electronics museums guide anywhere?
- Jul 9, 2007
>>> >[CA] Computer History Association of California http://www.chac.orgLong since defunct.
>>> >[MO] American Computer Museum <http://www.compustory.com/index.htmlThis one is kind of weird ... nobody from that organization has ever
returned my phone calls, and I've never met anyone who visited.
>>> >[MN] Charles Babbage InstituteNot a museum. Purely a research institute.
>>> >[WI] Chippewa Falls Museum of Industry and TechnologyNot a computer museum, just a museum with a good computer section.
>>> >[CA] Tech Museum of Innovation <Same as above.
>>> >[TX] Goodwill Computerworks MuseumRecent cctalk discussion indicates = bad news. Something about the guy
who did it left, so what remains isn't much, IIRC.
>>> >[CA] San Diego Computer MuseumClosed, and moved its collections to a local U. library.
I have some other updates, will have to gather them and post later.
From: B. Degnan [mailto:billdeg@...]
Sent: Monday, July 09, 2007 7:54 AM
Subject: Re: [midatlanticretro] Re: USA vintage electronics museums
You can add the University of Delaware Computer Museum. Newark,
This location will expand over the next year. So far there are two
exhibits. There's no web site yet.
At 02:19 PM 7/8/2007 -0400, you wrote:
>Here's what I have in my bookmarks, for the USMuseum
>As far as I seen, these are brick 'n mortar places.
>[AZ] Southwest Museum of Engineering, Communications and Computation
>[CA] Computer History Association of California <http://www.chac.org>
>[CA] Computer History Museum, Mountain View, CA
>[CA] San Diego Computer Museum <http://www.computer-museum.org/>
>[CA] DigiBarn Computer Museum <http://www.digibarn.com/>
>[CA] Reale-Rydell Computer Museum <http://www.minotaurz.com/compmuse>
>[CA] The Intel Museum <http://www.intel.com/intel/intelis/museum/>
>[CA] Tech Museum of Innovation <http://www.thetech.org/>
>[CA] UNIV of California at Davis Computer Science Museum
>[DC] Smithsonian Computer History Collection
>[KS] The Topeka Computing Museum <http://www.gateman.com/museum/>
>[MD] National Cryptologic Museum <http://www.nsa.gov/museum/>
>[MO] American Computer Museum <http://www.compustory.com/index.html>
>[MN] Charles Babbage Institute Center for the History of Computing
>[NJ] InfoAge <http://www.infoage.org/home.html> --hey that's you 8-)
>[TX] Goodwill Computerworks Museum
>[TX] The Museum @ CSE <http://www.cse.uta.edu/TheMuseum@CSE/index.asp>
>[VA] UVA Computer Science: Computer Museum
>[WI] Chippewa Falls Museum of Industry and Technology
>[WI] The Jefferson Computer Museum <http://www.threedee.com/jcm/>
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>B. Degnan wrote:
> > At 10:56 AM 7/8/2007 -0400, you wrote:
> > >FYI,
> > >
> > >The link below has the webpage with pics from the Chess Computer
> > >in Miami, Fla.from Ron
> > >They show the equipment used in the development of this machine
> > >Nelson at Fidelity .Altair
> > >Including the prototype, and the production model, and even the
> > >8080 is in there too.of
> > >http://www.ismenio.com/fidelity.html
> > <http://www.ismenio.com/fidelity.html>
> > Nice museum. I rarely see these.
> > Speaking of like museums, where does one find an up-to-date listing
> > vintage computer/electronics museums?------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > Bill
> >Yahoo! Groups Links
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