Living Computer Museum in Seattle - Personal Computer Museum in Canada
robert.jarratt at ntlworld.com
Thu Apr 9 15:51:43 CDT 2015
I have been to LCM a number of times. Most recently last year, the first
time for me since it has fully opened to the public. It is indeed a great
place, and I too got an extra tour of the non-public areas from the guide,
after talking to her about some of the machines I have. Clearly they make
time for enthusiasts, so well worth it for anyone on this list.
On 9 April 2015 at 21:02, Mouse <mouse at rodents-montreal.org> wrote:
> > And of course, don't forget that if you find yourself in Canada - you
> > have to visit the Personal Computer Museum [...]
> I hope to, someday! Maybe even this May; looks as though I'm likely to
> be in Toronto for Anime North and may be able to swing a side trip.
> > just a 1 hour drive from Toronto.
> But note that "in Canada" very much != "within feasible distance of
> Toronto". We're four and a half timezones wide, and, even if we are
> not exactly equatorial, we're not nearly far enough from the equator
> for "4.5 timezones wide" to be that small.
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