Last chance to enter The Hackaday Prize.

DENCON

dencon

Defcon, the world’s largest hacker convention, is this coming weekend in Las Vegas. While the convention generally focuses on breaking new technology, digital archivist [Jason Scott] has an interesting surprise for attendees this year. With some help from VintageTech, he’ll be assembling a massive den of retro computing machinery. They’ll have fully functional systems like the PDP-11/70 for people to play with. It sure to be one of the more unique things to see at the con.

Comments

  1. strider_mt2k says:

    Good way to warm up that water…

  2. Jim says:

    That would actually be pretty awesome, shame im a britfag and cant go.

  3. 6adget says:

    never been to one, but since i live in vegas i wont miss it. on a side note, i work at las vegas tattoo and souvenir (702) 384-7379. come on in and get a hackaday tattoo by a geek/artist. ask for Gadget.

  4. svofski says:

    The plastic bottles give it away. It could very well pass for a ye olde photo.

  5. Punkguyta says:

    @svofski

    They aren’t old bottles, if you look closely, I believe it is actually rubbing alcohol, which makes sense if he’s restoring an old dusty machine.

  6. ryan leach says:

    @Punkguyta, @svofski never said they were old bottles, he said that they were plastic bottles, thus not looking old, your both arguing the same side…

  7. pongor says:

    “dencon”

  8. pinoutman says:

    Jea, wats dencon ?

  9. Peter says:

    Is that a *necktie* hanging on that tape drive door?

    //to use the computers, you must have a 70s hairstyle

  10. Agent420 says:

    You are in a twisty maze of passageways, all alike.

    xyzzy

  11. Colin says:

    Any hackaday editors going to defcon? I saw eliot at defcon15, and still have my t-shirt :)

  12. Bill Hates says:

    Fuck off with the goddamn plastic bottles. I can hack into your grannies panties with that thing…

  13. Bill Hates says:

    BTW, its crystal gyser water. Its in a popular six pack form, Shrink wrapped to prevent bottles excaping. Its usually on sale at your neighbor hood store for about $ 2.89
    any other questions?

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 91,190 other followers