If you live in UK, you might be interested to know that the Computer Conservation Society is organizing a seminar, where Gareth Halfacree will cover some of the biggest moments, technologies and personalities from the period between late 70’s and early 80’s that led to, as Commodore founder Jack Tramiel famously put it, “computers for the masses, not the classes” and an impact that can still be felt today.
The seminar will happen in two dates and two different places:
Date: Thu 19th March 2015
Fellows Library of the Science Museum, Exhibition Road, London SW7 2DD
Date: Tue 15th March 2016
The Conference Centre. Manchester Museum of Science and Industry, Liverpool Road, Manchester. M3 4FP