Museum thoughts?

Syd Bolton sbolton at
Thu Oct 20 07:38:34 CDT 2016

I run the Personal Computer Museum in Canada and have done so for over 11 years. Happy to talk to you about anything in regards to it directly. 

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> On Oct 19, 2016, at 10:41 PM, Mouse <mouse at Rodents-Montreal.ORG> wrote:
> There's someone local who's seen my assortment of computer hardware
> twice and has, each time, told me I should set up a museum.
> This is tempting, but I don't know the first thing about doing it.
> About all I'm sure of is that it would involve a lot of stuff I
> currently have no idea of.
> I know that there are at least a few people here who've been involved
> in such things.  While all the examples that come to mind are in the
> USA, and mine would be in Canada, I'm sure there are many respects in
> which the issues are jurisdiction-independent - and, who knows, there
> may be such a person in Canada that I just can't recall offhand.
> So, I'm wondering if there's anyone who'd be willing to share
> experiences, thoughts, issues, whatever, on the possibility.
> I'm not looking to make a lot of money off this.  If I can turn my
> computers from money-sink to money-neutral, I'll be content.  (They are
> currently soaking up money in the form of causing me to be renting
> significantly more storage than I would be if they were to vanish.)
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