Author Archives: Alan Hightower

Pardon our dust…

During this week, the Atlanta Historical Computing Society web site ( will be moving web-hosts from a hosted account on to a independent server.  The site address will not change.  However some legacy features may break both temporarily and permanently.  If you are subscribed to email updates for blog posts, you should consider joining our Yahoo Groups mailing list temporarily as this feature will not be migrated. does not provide your email addresses to us due to privacy concerns.  We will re-introduce this blog update feature soon, but subscribers will need to re-opt-in for blog updates.  Keep watching the site for details.

Some feature migrations will be delayed for about two weeks.  Users will be able to login to our new WordPress site to post comments using Facebook and Google+ accounts.  However our current ETA to reintroduce this feature is Nov 18.

Don’t forget our November monthly meeting is at the Computer Museum of America at the new location.

Regular AHCS Meeting on 8/15

Atlanta Historical Computing Society will be holding our next monthly meeting on August 15 from noon-5PM. Come when you can and stay as long as you can. Besides our usual fun, also on the agenda this month are committee elections and discussions on the October Maker Faire. We are a very inclusive group, we like all kinds of computers, no matter who made them or when. So come and join us today and have some geeky fun! Christ the Lord Lutheran Church, 1001 Duluth Highway (State Route 120), Lawrenceville GA 30043 We hope to see you there!

May meeting will be at CompUSA

The May meeting on Saturday the 16th will be held at the CompUSA in Roswell, venue of the VCFSE. The CompUSA building is located in Kings Market Shopping Center at: 1425 Market Blvd. #200, Roswell, Georgia It will be at the normal times of 12-5PM. You might want to bring a card table and chair, and what ever cool computer stuff you want to show off. See you there!

VCFSE 3.0 Starts Tomorrow!

The Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 3.0 is Saturday 10 AM – 7 PM, and Sunday  10 AM – 7 PM. Full details can be found at: Here’s some recent press the show has received: We hope to see you at the show!

Only 3 More Days to VCFSE 3.0!

vcfse3_logoThe 3rd annual Vintage Computer Festival Southeast is this Saturday and Sunday. This is shaping-up to be a truly fantastic show! We have a great line-up of exhibits and speakers to make this a show to remember.