Own a Chunk of Personal Computer History

Our pal Jake von Slatt sent us this:

When the Boston Computer Society closed it’s doors in 1996 the company I worked for took over their office space.

Since I had been a member, I knew the important role this group played in the early years of personal computing so I cut the logo out of the drywall before the workers arrived to demolish the partitions for our new offices. This sign has hung in my office ever since.

At this point I’d like to replace it with something better reflecting my current mania and would like to give it to someone for which it has meaning.

If that’s you (and you’re in the Boston area) send me an email at jake.[at].vonslatt.[dot].com to arrange pickup.