Re: [midatlanticretro] Important! Amendment to museum exhibit plan
>I have the F-14 computer to donate for the military exhibit the next time I
>We may also be able to team up veterans with newbies, for example, Bill D.
>is probably our best exhibit designer so maybe he could mentor other
>members who know tech but who lack exhibit-making experience.
>That being said, here is another amendment: I plan to consider the
>exhibit(s) on computing at InfoAge / computing of the military as ONE
>exhibit, not two or whatever I previously described. Basically we can
>just gather all of our military-related artifacts, together with any
>artifacts that have Camp Evans connections, and that becomes one exhibit
>-- sort of the "why we're here" exhibit.
>Our co-first exhibit will remain the one on microcomputers because that is
>easy and identifiable for the public. Perhaps we can include the Altair
>in that exhibit, at least until we eventually make a seperate exhibits for
come up to the museum. EVAN: Can you please post a schedule for the
remainder of the year so that I can make plans to come up? I just need a
little advance notice. Alternatively a week day is possible.
I would like to team up on an exhibit. It's hard for me to get up to
InfoAge, but I would like to help.
Lastly, I will be happy to host a holiday party at my office in
Wilmington. If there is interest, let me know and we can plan the
date. On site for entertainment I have an original Paddle Ball arcade game
and a full-sized archade system with MAME favorites. Also I have Coleco,
Atari, Odyssey II, etc. Maybe we could have a holiday retro computer game
fest? Just an idea.