Computers are just machines, but the most interesting stories are the people behind them. We have been very fortunate to
have several VIP's (Very Important Persons) who were involved somehow in the history of computers either come and visit
the museum or contribute in some way. Here you will find out more about these people and what they contributed to the
computer revolution. Some have donated equipment, or just visited to relive a part of their lives.
- Jim Butterfield - Journalist, consultant, software developer
- Karl Hildon - Editor of Transactor magazine, author of 'The Complete Commodore Inner Space Anthology'
- Steve Punter - Creator of the Punter Protocol, WordPro Software