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Daves Blog - I post items about our "Land for Sale by Owner" & "Chantilly Farm" & "Tiny Homes " and my interest Historical Computers. This is a continuation of my Blog about my historical Computer Collection. All 13,000 items in the collection are now located at the "Computer Museum of America" in Roswell, GA. I will continue to post Computer Museum news about microcomputers, hobbyist, robotics, computing, Bugbooks, Computers in the Old Bugbook Historical Computer Museum collection, & amateur radio staion N4USA .

Saturday, October 26, 2013

Visiting Intel, Computer History Museum, Apple Co., Fry's, Weird Stuff store, Bob Rosenblooms computer collection - big day

This has been a great day here in Silicon Valley with visits to "The Computer History Museum", Intel Museum, Weird Stuff and Fry's computer stores and Bob Rosenbloom's computer collection. This is the kind of day historical computer collectors dream of - my wife and I were sure having a good time with Lyle Bickley touring us around the area. Ended the day with fresh fish meal at the "Fish Market" restaurant in Mountain View, CA.


        David tells in his own words about the visit to great things in Silicon Valley.

 Lyle Bickley, PDP8S, Bob Rosenbloom & David Larsen at Bob's computer collection.

 David & Gaynell Larsen at Intel Corporate Office and Museum







One display in Intel Museum.
Fly's Giant computer store - really big - 50 check out registers.
 Weird Stuff Warehouse - Wonderful old computer things for sale.
 Computer History Museum
 Dave , Bob and Lyle at the PDP1 computer. The only PDP1 that is operational in the world.  Lyle was one of the folks that helped restore this rare computer - 3 only.  David & Gaynell enjoyed a game of "Spacewar!" running on the PDP1.
Here is one of my video's about the PDP1 'CLICK'
One more video - the Bill Gates story with the PDP1 'CLICK'




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2 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing these great photos from your trip! It looks like you guys had a blast! Looks like great weather, too!

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    1. Hi Jason - The Computer History Museum is really fantastic. I have lots of photos and video and will make several video's over the next few weeks. I am compiling my first one now - PDP1 Computer and will post it tonight. Dave

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