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Field Trip to the BugBook Museum

My team (Rackspace - I do not represent or speak for the company or team) goes on team outings to celebrate things.

 This week we went out for lunch with David Larson and then visited the Bugbook Historical Microcomputer museum where David told us about his long an not exactly intentional path into writing computer books and collecting computers. He's very into Ham radio, old farm gear, and collecting things. His computers have helped in litigating cases, and in general are a great history lesson.

You used to have to do so much just for some simple computing power! There was only a small bit of things on display because the location was so small, they will soon be moving to a location twice as big but still will not be able to fit everything there.

If you know of a museum that wants more items for computing history have them call, he is interesting in getting things good homes where people can see them! 

Apparently running a museum is expensive and m…