Saturday 5th May, 2012
12:00pm to 12:45pm
The pre-history of the ZX Spectrum, with a focus on how the British computer industry grew from Colossus until the development of the Sinclair ZX Spectrum.
Tour Guide at Bletchley Park, Retro Gamer, Oddographer, Geek, Director at The Very Good Email Company, Faxtastic & Empejay
PJ Evans failed miserably at writing for Crash in the mid-eighties, completely misunderstanding the concept of deadlines. Nevertheless, he produced a series of columns on the early online community that would one day turn into the Internet. Today he is a tour guide at Bletchley Park and runs a business handling email for large corporations. They still don't believe him that Prestel messaging was much better and completely free of spam. www.mrpjevans.com
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