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2016 Museum Updates
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Lisa Icon13 Feb 2016
Some good technical stuff from Brendan Alford here, he's the bloke who's diagnostics I use to test dead Speccies:
Lisa Icon22 Mar 2016
Andy Grove, Intel's first 'proper' employee and father of the x86 architecture and Wintel partnership with Microsoft has died at 79. RIP sir.
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A fully playable web-based version of my favourite ZX81 game is now online - 3D Monster Maze! Get chomped into little bits at 
"Anyone there?"
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Britain's first mass produced computer, the Hollerith Electronic Computer (HEC-1) is now on display at the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park.
Lisa Icon28 May 2016
A bloke called Eric has 'blown up' a humble CBM/MOS 6502 processor to show each one of its transistors and constituent parts in action so you can see how a single instruction is performed. Brilliant.
Lisa Icon02 Jun 2016
First Person tetris anyone? The 'camera' is fixed on the playing piece so be prepared to feel dizzy and/or sick :) 
(via @codepo8 and @robmanuel on twitter)
Lisa Icon06 Jun 2016
Steve over at BMOW (Big Mess O'Wires) has, with the help of others in the retro community, recreated the hard-to-find 19-pin plug necessary for old Apple drives, NeXT drives, Atari peripherals etc....go see!
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Hello to visitors from the Recursion Fair! See you on the 2nd for some retro-tastic gaming...11am prompt.
Lisa Icon17 Sept 2016
Well would you look at that. Developer John Brooks has released an update for ProDOS for the Apple ][ :D
Lisa Icon17 Nov 2016
An historical day in Patent Land - On this day in 1970 Doug Engelbart of SRI in Menlo CA was granted a patent for an "X-Y Position Indicator For A Graphics Display". 
Arguably not the first 'mouse' design, Telefunken had one too in 1968, but it's the one we all remember.
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