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Subject: [NYLXS - HANGOUT] Vintage Computer Festival East - Sept. 12-13
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Hello, fellow Linux fans!
This year's Vintage Computer Festival East will be held September 12-13
at the InfoAge Science Center located in Wall, New Jersey.
VCF is a public event celebrating the history of computers from the
1940s - 1980s. The morning schedule is for lectures and workshops; the
afternoons are an open exhibit hall where everything is turned on and
Among this year's highlights are the keynote address about RCA computers
in the 1950s, an 8-bit musical concert, BASIC programming challenge, and
the build-your-own terminal workshop.
Details are posted at http://www.vintage.org/2009/east/ where you'll
also find the latest VCF news and a 2-minute video montage of last
year's show. Or refer to the simple event brochure at
http://www.vintage.org/2009/east/vcfe6.pdf .... tickets are $10 for one
day or $15 for both days; 17 and younger get in free.
The event benefits the InfoAge Science Center, which is a 501c3 non-profit.
- Evan Koblentz
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