[vcf-midatlantic] Museum Report 2020-02-02

Jeffrey Brace jeffrey at vcfed.org
Sun Feb 2 16:46:17 EST 2020

Lots of visitors today. I counted about 52. I have that number because I'm
starting to keep track of the actual number of visitors that make it to our
museum (i.e. not just InfoAge in general).
Changes to the museum:
We switched out the Storagetek with one piece from the Vax 9000.
We added two Russian computers. I believe one is Ukranian and an Apple //
clone. Tony Bogan has more details.
We started our 80's bedroom exhibit and have a Commodore 64 setup there now
and will have a printer and PrintShop connected soon. Visitors will be able
to print out souvenirs. The bedroom has such artifacts as 80's movie
posters, Dungeons and Dragons books, vinyl records from the time, Risk
(board game), Rubix Cube. We plan on adding more pop culture of the time
The next phase will be an 80's office environment and appropriate computer
for that time. We have the cubicle wall and fake plant already there.
I'm sure I'm missing some changes, so maybe the steering committee can fill
in the gaps.
More changes to come ...
Jeff Brace
Vice President & Board Member, VCF East Showrunner
Vintage Computer Federation
jeffrey at vcfed.org

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