We have joined forces with our friends at the BVMNH to help showcase a real trip to the past!
And we were able to get some hidden gems out for display downtown!
Come on down and say “HI”. We expect to swap out some of the items on display for those in storage before August 5th’s First Friday. Come check them out and hang for a while!
Come on down and visit! We will have a docent available from about 6 pm till about 8 pm to answer questions and swap stories!
May 2nd from 6pm to around 9pm or so… I will be on the sidewalk in front of the Wimberly showing off two unique luggable computers. Please come down and visit – or better yet – come down and bring something from YOUR collection to share.
Met a lot of old friends and made some new ones. I think we may have a lead on an IMSAI system from the 1970’s…..
Saturday – April 5th at 8AM we need a few volunteers to help move the collection about 2 blocks from McLane to the former Woolworth building on Main Street.
Those with bad backs can help by dusting, or doing some research on the units for later display on this site and on signage.
McLane Intelligent Solutions: 214 N Main St
Wimberley Building (former Woolworth Building)110 North Main Street
For those of us who know what a IBM 360, an ADM 3, a Z-80, and a 8” floppy drive are – or those who want to know about coal fired computers – here is your chance!
With the support of Fibertown/Astin Partners and McLane Intelligent Solutions a modest collection of “old” computers will be put on display in March in downtown Bryan.
Basically, the idea is to be social on First Fridays with docents and visiting exhibits from local collectors. If you think of a Hot Rod Club you get the idea
We are looking for help in three areas.
Some of you have already offered to help move the collection – we are floating March 15th as the move date.
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