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2023 Museum Updates
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Lisa Icon19 Jan 2023
Happy 40th to one of my favourite machines of all time, the Apple Lisa! To celebrate, the Computer History Museum has released the source code to LisaOS 3.1, and there's a shindig on the 31st of the month at ridiculous o'clock for UK people. I hope it's saved so I can watch later! 
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Lisa Icon17 Mar 2023
It's the 50th birthday of THE most important computer in the paradigm of personal computer design, the Zerox Alto. Here's The Register with some history: 
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Lisa Icon06 May 2023
Stripdown and PSU repair pics of the Torch Triple X Workstation I picked up from Kieran Matthew in 2006 :D 
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Lisa Icon07 Oct 2023
Positron news! I'm chuffed to say I now have TWO Positron machines, the second is a Positron 9000/4 twin-CPU board housed in a bespoke PABX data logging machine called Exchequer, made by DataPulse Limited in around 1984. 
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