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From: Dan Cross <>
To: COFF <>
Subject: [TUHS] Fwd: [SDF] Computer Museum
Date: Fri, 25 Aug 2023 11:40:19 -0400	[thread overview]
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I thought folks on COFF and TUHS (Bcc'ed) might find this interesting.

Given the overlap between SDF and LCM+L, I wonder what this may mean
for the latter.

        - Dan C.

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From: SDF Membership <>
Date: Thu, Aug 24, 2023 at 9:10 PM
Subject: [SDF] Computer Museum

We're in the process of opening a computer museum in the Seattle area
and are holding our first public event on September 30th - October 1st.

The museum features interactive exhibits of various vintage computers
with a number of systems remotely accessible via telnet/ssh for those
who are unable to visit in person.

If this interests you, please consider replying with comments and
take the ascii survey below.  You can mark an X for what interests you.

I would like to know more about:

 [ ] visiting the museum
 [ ] how to access the remote systems
 [ ] becoming a regular volunteer or docent
 [ ] restoring and maintaining various vintage systems
 [ ] curation and exhibit design
 [ ] supporting the museum with an annual membership
 [ ] supporting the museum with an annual sponsorship
 [ ] funding the museum endowment
 [ ] day to day administration and operations
 [ ] hosting an event or meet up at museum
 [ ] teaching at the museum
 [ ] donating an artifact

Info on our first public event can be found at

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