Go to The Centre for Computing History in Cambridge (UK) on the Friday 8th March 2019 and join them for their first awesome Retro Gaming
Long-time company archivist Amy Stevenson takes us behind the scenes of the Microsoft Archives, a collection of artifacts that preserve our history and embody our culture. There, you’ll find decades worth of Microsoft software, advertisements, documentation, memorabilia – and skulls? You’ll just have to watch to understand.
A leading figure in the worlds of technology, science and business, Dr Hauser has agreed to take on this important role 30 years after the company he co-founded – Acorn Computers – unveiled the BBC Micro, the machine which, along with the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, epitomised the British home computer boom of the early 1980s.
BBC TWO is repeating the very popular series – Electric Dreams. The three part documentray was shown last year on BBC Four and gives viewers a unique insight into how developments in technology have shaped our lives over the past forty years and chars the rise of today’s globally-linked, instantly-gratified digital culture.