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If you want to keep following TNMOC, there's always Facebook: www.facebook.com/TNMOC/ and Twitter @TNMOC
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Matt Parker's Memory Line of EDSAC at Cambridge University Computer Laboratory, as part of the Cambridge University Festival of Ideas later this month. There is an artist's talk (18 October) and general exhibition (19-25 October)
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It's Friday afternoon, so it must be time to study Philomena Cunk's take on computers at TNMOC.
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What would Messrs Flowers, Tutte, Tiltman, Turing, Newman, Tester et al have made of this?
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More reasons to visit TNMOC in Milton Keynes. MK has the highest proportion (5%) of electric cars in the country with 400 charging points, and pilotless pods from the station to the city centre. Lots more too around the home of Colossus.
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Interviews with people who have made an impact of on the development of IT in the UK.
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Another entry as longest-serving programmer (and a few more in store, yet to input).
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Ruth Bourne was pleased to see her interview in The Register yesterday, but is so on the ball with memories of 75 years ago that she contacted me to correct a few very minor details that she didn't get quite right with John Leyden! Here she is (left) speaking to Helen Jarvis at the Bombe Challenge. https://www.theregister.co.uk/2018/09/25/bletchley_bombe_operator_interview/
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Fascinating interview by John Leyden with Bombe operator Ruth Bourne at Friday's Bombe Challenge.
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