VCF West 6.0

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Where: Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California

Speakers:

  • Evan Koblentz – History of the PDA
  • Zbigniew Stachniak – Canadian Microcomputing
  • Christine Finn – Collecting the Collectors
  • Len Shustek – Computer History Museum
  • Lynne Jolitz / William Jolitz – Symmetric 375 & Berkeley Unix
  • John Ellenby / Gary Starkweather / Dave Robson / Peter Deutsch / Charles Simonyi – Xerox Alto
  • Joey Tuttle – IBM 5100
  • David Jaffe / C. H. Ting / Kevin Appert / Dwight Elvey – Forth
  • Todd Fischer – IMSAI Replica
  • Jef Raskin – Apple and the Humane Environment
  • Sellam Ismail – VCF Shenanigans
  • Bruce Damer – The Joys and Trials of Computer Collecting

Exhibitors:

  • Jordan Ruderman – Lisa 2/10, Sol-20, and Osborne Vixen
  • Stephen Jones – SDF Public Access UNIX System
  • Bryan Blackburn – The Digital Group and Mark-8
  • Cameron Kaiser – Tomy Computers
  • Pavl Zachary – DEC PDP 11/70
  • Larry Pezzolo – Altair 680
  • Larry Anderson – Commodore 8-bitters
  • Bill Borsari – Commodore Amiga
  • Hans Franke – New Hardware for Old Computers / Crays Online
  • Curtis Jones – APL1130
  • Rob Borsari – Grid laptops
  • Boris Debic – TTL
  • William Kendrick – Atari 800XL
  • Stan Sieler – PA-RISC Laptops
  • Gregor Glawitsch – Replica 1
  • Guy Sotomayor – DEC Minicomputers
  • Wayne Smith – Pre-PC IBM Computers
  • Erik Klien – Early Personal Computers
  • Robert Harker – Early Sun Workstations
  • Dale Luck – Commodore Amiga Prototypes
  • Evan Koblentz – Vintage PDAs
  • Liza Loop – Apple and Education
  • Tim Lindner – Modern Intellivision
  • Cole Erskine – HP-110 Portable
  • Jim Battle – Wang System 2200
  • Tom Jennings – Librascope/General Precision LGP-21
  • Chuck McManis – DEC PDP-5
  • Tom Stall – Mark-8
  • Bill Gosper – Symbolics XL1201