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Annual Membership Extended

All of us at the Computer Museum of America (CMoA) understand how much life has changed in just a few short weeks for everyone. We have missed being open, chatting with visitors, and continuing to raise awareness of our museum among individuals, corporate entities, and charitable foundations. Though this period is challenging, we will all move forward and be stronger from the lessons learned during this global crisis. One thing we can do right now…
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Registration Opens for Summer Coding Camps

Computer Museum of America is thrilled to partner with Start:Code to provide two summer coding camps to middle and high school students in north Atlanta. Start:Code has served students for six years in Decatur, Georgia and this year they are branching out to Brookhaven and Roswell. Founder Scott Blanck has worked in technology for almost 20 years as a programmer, network engineer, and hands-on IT Director. He holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from…
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CMoA Unveils Rare Enigma Machine

Atlanta’s New Computer Museum of America Unveils Rare, WWII-Era Cipher Machine, The Enigma, Made Famous in The Imitation Game Film Only Enigma known in the Southeast with pedigreed papers from 1936 Nazi Germany Georgia Tech’s Dr. Kristie Macrakis will discuss espionage history and technology at Enigma machine unveiling event on March 19, 2020 ROSWELL, Ga. (February 12, 2020) – The Computer Museum of America, a new museum located north of Atlanta, is planning to unveil…
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The Enigma is Coming

The Museum will soon be have an Enigma on exhibit.  A what you say?  The Enigma was first created and brought to market in Germany in 1918 as a way for companies to send sensitive information.  Soon after, it was put into use by Germany to hide secrets from the Allies.  The complexity of Enigma forced Britain and the United States to create better and faster ways to crack the Enigma code and gain access…
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Now in Atlas Obscura

Have you ever wanted to discover a place right before it becomes too hard to get into? Or be a hit with your friends and family because you know all the coolest places to go and see? That’s Atlas Obscura, a global community of explorers, who have together created a comprehensive listing of the world’s most wondrous places and foods — over 20,000 of them. And one of those listings is The Computer Museum of…
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