Personal Computer Museum, Canada's Videogame Museum

Karl Hildon
Favorite Computer: Commodore PET 2001
Karl Hildon started his computer career at Commodore, and personally experienced a visit from Jack Tramiel that fortunately did not result in a famous 'Jack Attack'. He took over the production of what started out as a single page publication called 'The Transactor' and grew it into a full blown magazine publication.

Hildon also authored a book entitled 'The Complete Commodore Inner Space Anthology' which was primarily a collection of technical information about Commodore computers like Jim Butterfield's memory maps, but also included a large assortment of unit conversion charts, the periodic table of elements and general mathematical formulas.

Karl has helped out with the museum in numerous ways and still enjoys talking about the old days with Commodore and all the friends he has made.

Karl Hildon

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!