Vintage Computing (Digital Pasts, Digital Futures Speaker Series)

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You’re invited to join the Georgia Tech Library retroTECH Lab and Georgia Tech Game Archaeology Lab from 11 a.m. to noon Tuesday Sept. 20 in Clough 205 for Digital Pasts, Digital Futures at Georgia Tech: Vintage Computing.

Here you’ll join leaders in Atlanta’s vintage computing community for a conversation about computing history and collecting, on campus and beyond.

This second event in the speaking series will feature: Alan Hightower, president of the Atlanta Historical Computing Society; Bill Leahy, director of the Division of Computing Instruction and Senior Lecturer in the College of Computing; andLonnie Mimms, CEO of the Computer Museum of America  — and a 1984 electrical engineering graduate of Georgia Tech.
There is no cost and refreshments will be provided.Digital Pasts, Digital Futures brings the community together for interdisciplinary conversations about the histories and futures of hardware, software, video games and digital culture.