The annual CCS trip to remote computer history attractions in 2020 will be
a return visit to the Heinz Nixdorf Museumsforum in Paderborn, Germany
More details here as they emerge, but put 18th April in your diaries now!
If you bookmark www.computerconservationsociety.org/res.htm
in your browser, it should always redirect you to the latest
edition of Resurrection.
Hat tip to David Holdsworth for his suggestion.
Our friend, Prof. Martyn Thomas has written an interesting article in
The Guardian giving an historical perspective on the Y2K problem of 20 years ago.
Definitely worth a few minutes of your time.
Read it here.
New Year greetings to CCS members and indeed to any casual readers of this website.
As is our custom at this time of year, the Society is making an appeal for donations
(in lieu of membership fees) so that we can continue to support our computer
restoration projects and other related activities.
Our appeals letter can be found here.
The Society is grateful to everybody who is able support our work in this way.
From January 2020 there has been a small change to the BCS/EventBright
system for booking places at our London seminars.
Following any of the “Book” links for the early 2020
events will take you to a page where you will be offered the
opportunity to book all or any of the events from January
to May 2020, all in once place, rather than booking each event separately.
Many thanks to the CCS member who made this suggestion.