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Socoder -> Film + TV -> Computer Programmes

Posted : Wednesday, 27 June 2018, 05:49
Jayenkai

Computer Programmes


The BBC has released a massive "Computer Literacy" archive, featuring practically the entire story of the BBC Micro, from birth to .. . Well, it never really died!!

http://bit.ly/CLPArchive : https://computer-literacy-project.pilots.bbcconnectedstudio.co.uk

The "BBC Computer Literacy Project Archive" features practically every single BBC show that had any kind of computer learning as it’s primary agenda.
146 programmes from the decade that BASIC loved, and beyond. There's even a Desert Island Discs from 2016, with Bill Gates!!

There's also a lovely set of blog posts about the history of the project, and how it all went.
Great stuff!!

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Posted : Thursday, 28 June 2018, 02:02
rychan
woo! that'll keep me busy (or not i guess)