[OT] Post Conference Fun Stuff

Kevin Miller kevin at runrev.com
Mon Mar 21 08:09:33 EDT 2011

On 21/03/2011 01:24, "Scott Rossi" <scott at tactilemedia.com> wrote:

> For anyone attending the LiveCode dev conference in April, if you're not
> from the area, I'd strongly suggest allowing a couple of hours one day to
> visit the Computer History Museum, located in Mountain View, about a 1/2
> hour away from the conference venue.
> <http://www.computerhistory.org/>
> Housed in a refurbished building that was once part of the Silicon Graphics
> campus, the exhibits start with historical devices, through mechanical and
> early electrical machines for business, consumer, and military use, up
> through the common digital computers and devices of today.  The route
> through the exhibits is a bit maze-like, but the whole experience is
> beautifully designed, with several short video installations, and includes a
> bunch of interesting side-note pop culture computing info, in addition to
> the rich history.  All the big names and companies (and those not so big)
> are represented, and for those of you still clinging to the bygone days of
> programming, you'll be happy to know one of your favorites is displayed,
> still in its shrinkwrapped glory:
> <http://www.tactilemedia.com/download/exhibit.jpg>
> Note the museum is only open Wed - Sun, so plan your visit accordingly.

I'm not ready to announce anything yet but just so you know... We are
looking at whether we can organize a group trip to this museum in an evening
as part of the conference. Please stay tuned.

Kind regards,


Kevin Miller ~ kevin at runrev.com ~ http://www.runrev.com/
LiveCode: Compile-free coding, the faster path to better apps

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