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Clubs, Groups and Societies For discussions about various clubs, groups and societies relating to our hobbies, such as the BVWS (incl NVCF), BATC, RSGB, APTS, CLPGS, THG, TCC etc. This is NOT an official forum for any of these organisations.

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Old 11th Sep 2018, 8:15 pm   #1
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Default 200 Years of Becoming Digital

Royal Holloway College is mounting a small exhibition celebrating the digital revolution and the half-century for their Computer Science department. It's one of the oldest in the UK.
I have lent them an HP85 for a static display, as well as some Colossus-era and other valves for their valves to ICs section, a sliderule, and a small laptop.
They even have a Babbage difference engine made by a research student, which is sometimes running under real steam power!
And some very interesting original letters about early college days and maths from their archives.

A nice little exhibition, open to all. Worth a visit if you live anywhere nearby.
The Prof responsible is Adrian Johnstone, a very friendly and knowledgeable chap.
Jeremy, G8MLK, BVWTVM Friend, VMARS, BVWS Committee Member.
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Old 12th Sep 2018, 7:47 am   #2
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Default Re: 200 Years of Becoming Digital

Not too far from me so I will try to make a visit next week.

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