Just a reminder to everyone that this Saturday, March 17
, the Personal Computer Museum
is hosting a special tribute to Jim Butterfield.
In attendance will be Vicki Butterfield (Jim’s wife). We are also hoping that Karl Hildon (Transactor) and Steve Punter (WordPro, Punter Protocol) will also be in attendance (neither are confirmed but both have indicated they will try to be there) Come share your fondest memories of Jim, play with some of his computers, discover facts about him you didn’t know – and even get a chance to win a copy of his book “Machine Language for the Commodore 64 and other Commodore Computers” that was owned by Jim himself.
We have some of the neatest things like the famous “smoking jacket” that was pictured in the infamous “centrefold” in Transactor magazine. Get a unique chance to have your picture taken with this piece and much, much more.
Details: Jim Butterfield Tribute Day
Where: Personal Computer Museum
Time: 10am to 4pm
Cost: Admission is by donation
- Pizza will be served around noon, you are welcome to participate (just throw a few bucks into the donation bin to help cover the costs)
- If you have any e-waste or special computer donations (computers, software, books, magazines, etc) please feel free to bring those along as well.
- Since Jim was important to the founding of TPUG, we hope to see many of you there!