Acorn Computer and the BBC Micro StoryBy Peter Naulls. Published: 6th Oct 2004, 18:24:31 | Permalink | Printable
Cambridge talkTheo Markettos noted today on usenet that there's a talk tommorow (7th October) in Cambridge by ex-Acorn Chief Engineer, Chris Turner about the history of Acorn. Chris was one of the original founders of Acorn, and he will be using his own archives to help illustrate his talk.
Somewhat fitting given that Cambridge was the traditional homeland of Acorn, the talk takes place at Cambridge University Engineering Department at 7pm. Further details on the Cambridge IEE website events page.
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