Personal Computer Museum, Canada's Videogame Museum

George Yallop
Favorite Computer: Commodore SuperPET
George is a retired schoolteacher. In addition to general word-processing, he made use of the Commodore PET, VIC 20, and C-64, and in later years, an IBM PC clone, for generating educational materials for his classroom (lab instructions, worksheets, crossword puzzles, tests, etc.) and for recording and calculating marks. The C-64 and PC were also used to collect and analyze data in his Physics lab. His interests in physics and computers have melded together quite well. George brings an important educational component to the museum, and he has provided instructional tutorials for visitors to try out while visiting the museum. If you've ever thought about what it might be like to actually program a computer, check out some of the sheets in the museum. George Yallop

Interested in helping out? We need volunteers to help run the museum during open houses and special events, people to catalog and archive our thousands of artifacts and more! You don't need to be a computer expert, just someone with a small amount of extra time and an interest in this project. If this sounds like you, please contact us!