Photos: 2013 Vintage Computer Show and Apple “Pop-up” Museum

When I first heard that there would be a vintage computer show in Atlanta on March 20th and 21st, I was excited. Then, I read that a traveling Apple “Pop-Up” Museum would also be there. Being an Apple fanboy, this heightened my excitement to 11.

I soon discovered that the show would be held in an old CompUSA store… which somewhat dampened my enthusiasm. What type of show was held in an abandoned retail store?

I shouldn’t have worried.

The show was fantastic, with an amazing collection of hardware, much of it working (my older son and I played some classic Atari 2600 and Commodore 64 games, as well as in a LAN party of DOOM). And the Apple museum was fantastic, very professionally done… with EVERY. MAC. EVER.

Congrats to the guys at Vintage.org for putting together a great show, and here’s some pics:

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An here’s lots more on flickr.

Joseph Dickerson is a user experience professional and UX Lead for Microsoft based out of Atlanta, GA. He has implemented processes in user testing, design and ethnographic research and provided design and consulting services for many different projects and organizations.

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