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Thanks for visiting the DigiBarn
Computer Museum site. Feel free to submit a comment on the
site, personal history or other resources, or make any other offer
of help, donation or request for information about the museum by providing
us with information in the below web form. A curator or other representative
of the museum will be
back to you shortly. We especially appreciate contributions of
text and images about computers, software, companies or other
projects you have worked on or have knowledge about. If you give us permission we
will include this in various parts of our site. If you are offering to donate a computing artifact please check our wishlist first,
we cannot take common systems like Commodore 64s (but a prototype 64 would be nice ;-) and please let us know where the artifact is physically located so we can estimate shipping costs.
Note that for the 2013 season the DigiBarn may reopen for private tours. The new roof is on but the barn needs a major cleanout, the collection a re-cataloguing, and the exhibits a new setup with better signage, if you want to lend a hand please get in touch with the form below.
If you are a scholar, a person from the history, or serious media and wish to make a case for visiting the collection, you can contact
curator Bruce Damer using the form below to discuss options.
In the meantime we invite you to explore our Cyber-museum which remains open 24/7/365!
If you are media and need to
reach us more urgently (especially for press deadlines), submit
the form below including your contact information including phone
number in the comment field.
For commercial or any kind of for-profit use of any photos, video or other media on this site for which we hold the rights please contact Carolyn Potts, media assets agent for the DigiBarn Computer Museum at the following email address: cjpotts at gmail dot com or for more urgent matters by phone in the USA at +1 (312) 560-6400. Please do not contact Carolyn Potts about donations to the museum, for donations first check our wishlist (please, no more Commodore 64s!) and then use the contact form below.
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