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Nicholas Enticknap

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The Computer Conservation Society

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The Computer Conservation Society

31 The High Street Farnborough Village

Orpington, Greater London,BR6 7BQ

United Kingdom

Company Description

Founded in 1989, the Computer Conservation Society is a joint venture between the British Computer Society, the Science Museum and the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. Our primary mission is to preserve historic computers, develop awareness of t...more

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Computer Resurrection Issue 1

www.computerconservationsociety.org [cached]

Nicholas Enticknap,
Editor of Resurrection Nicholas Enticknap, Editor of Resurrection Editor - Nicholas Enticknap


Computer Conservation Society

www.computerconservationsociety.org [cached]

Thanks to Nicholas Enticknap for his excellent work as editor of our publication 'Resurrection', for 42 issues over 18 years.
Nicholas is handling over to our new editor, Dik Leatherdale. Issue 42 has been completed by Nicholas, and will soon be sent out to Society members.


Computer Conservation Society

www.computerconservationsociety.org [cached]

Thanks to Nicholas Enticknap for his excellent work as editor of our publication 'Resurrection', for 42 issues over 18 years.
Nicholas is handling over to our new editor, Dik Leatherdale. Issue 42 has been completed by Nicholas, and will soon be sent out to Society members.


Computer Resurrection Issue 2

computerconservationsociety.org [cached]

Nicholas Enticknap, Editor
Nicholas Enticknap, Editor Welcome to the second issue of Resurrection. Editor - Nicholas Enticknap


Computer Resurrection Issue 11

computerconservationsociety.org [cached]

Nicholas Enticknap, Editor
Nicholas Enticknap Nicholas Enticknap, Editor Norman Hill's team was building a machine using the Owen circuitry, nominally to solve a particular calculation, but Nicholas was a general purpose machine which used long nickel delay lines as main memory and a single address order code. Nicholas Enticknap Editor - Nicholas Enticknap Typesetting - Nicholas Enticknap


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