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Seattle Retro-Computing Society inaugural meeting June 25th
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- From: "Andrew Lynch" <lyn...@yahoo.com>
- Date: Sun, 5 Jun 2011 13:19:29 -0400
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[forwarded from CCTALK mailing list. If there are any N8VEM builders in the
region they may be interested in this meeting. I know nothing about this
other than seeing it on numerous vintage computer related forums.
Thanks and have a nice day!
I am pleased to announce... the Seattle Retro-Computing Society's
inaugural meeting, on Saturday, June 25th, 2011!
Do you do any of the following with old computers near Seattle?
+ Use them
+ Collect them
+ Play games on them
+ Write programs for them
+ Develop new hardware for them
+ Help other people do any of the above
If your answer was "yes," as I expect it will be if you're reading this
near Seattle, then the SRCS is for you! We exist so you can show off
your awesome stuff, bounce ideas off of fellow enthusiasts, and be
inspired by one another's achievements, plans and aspirations.
No idea is too big or too small, and we're not picky about what flavor
of vintage machine you prefer! Come on down and tell us about it!
The meeting is graciously hosted by the Living Computer Museum, a
relatively new organization which is building a computer museum in
Seattle's SODO neighborhood. There will be refreshments, presentations
on various vintage topics of interest, and enough table space & power to
set up anything you may want to show off!
For further details, please see our page at http://srcs.nfshost.com/.
Hope to see you there!