Now available: Guide to U.S. Computer Museums, 2005 Edition

From: Computer Collector E-Mail Newsletter <>
Date: Thu Nov 11 13:47:45 2004

Hi all,

Evan K. here again with a (blatantly commercial) list message: as an extension
of the newsletter, I've now published the Guide to U.S. Computer Museums, 2005
Edition. The guide is in booklet form.

It includes explanations of the history, mission, and uniqueness of more than
20 museums across the country. It also includes GPS coordinates, to help you
find the museums on trips to new places. There is an "additional resources"
appendix too.

The information in the booklet is much more detailed than what I've posted
online before. For example, we all know the Computer History Museum, but do
you know about the ones in Kansas, Rhode Island, and Virginia? Do you know
about the Perham Collection or the Historical Electronics Museum? Do you know
where you can tour a supercomputer or see an original Enigma decoder machine?

LOL, and for your talkative list members, the above questions are not intended
for endless discussion here... they're just to make a point. :)

Anyway, it took some time and effort and money to compile all of this
information, so here's the commercial part (sorry, Mr. West!): I'm selling the
booklets for $6 each (or $10 for two). There is also a $1 shipping cost, per
every two copies -- makes a terrific holiday gift for your favorite traveling

The booklets are available at my web site,
... thanks for reading this,

 - EK

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