The 10th annual Vintage Computer Festival will be held on Saturday, November 3rd and Sunday, November 4th, at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

The Vintage Computer Festival is an international event that celebrates the history of computing. The mission of the Vintage Computer Festival is to promote the preservation of “obsolete” computers by offering people a chance to experience the technologies, people and stories that embody the remarkable tale of the computer revolution. Speakers at this year’s event include Jason Scott, director of BBS: The Documentary; Phil Lapsley on a brief history of phone phreaking (you’ll recall Jobs and Woz got their start with this dubious pursuit); and Lee Felsenstein on a retrospective of the computer revolution of three decades ago. Exhibitions, a marketplace, and a film festival round out Vintage Computer Festival 10.0.

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