If someone organizes a visit to the computer museum I *definitely* would like to tag along. Despite working around the corner for 7 years I've never been. My first computer was a Cray design, and soon I will be computer history myself. :-)
On Tue, Feb 26, 2013 at 10:34 AM, Ned Deily email@example.com wrote:
In article CADiSq7fq2Yhp8PpUokVMC193CLR4jU3mKRDT7tOXeAizD+rJ4g@mail.gmail.com, Nick Coghlan firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
In regards to the original topic of the thread, I'm in California for 2 weeks, starting the Tuesday before the conference. I haven't made any plans for the 4 days I have between the end of the sprints and flying home yet :) (Although Brett had some interesting suggestions)
For those who haven't been there already, a visit to the Computer History Museum in nearby Mountain View is definitely worth a few hours. It has an especially fine collection of Seymour Cray designs. The building itself is a tiny bit of history: built as SGI building 20, it was the prototype for SGI buildings 40 through 43, which are now the heart of the Googleplex.
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