I've been collecting computers for more than 6 years now. It all started with some simple systems to just experiment with while I was studying computer science. One thing let to another and soon the local media learned about my collection and decided to do a story about it. Soon a television station also knocked on the door and radio etc. Its not too hard to imagine the enormous flow of old systems back then.
As some of you might have noticed this site has undergone a big change all of a sudden. The reason for this is that I am forced to sell/give away a large portion of my collection because I have to move and not being able to find a suitable place to store my stuff. That is also the reason why you don't see a list of my collection online at the moment. As soon as I know what I am keeping and what not I will put my collection back online for all of you to enjoy.
For now I will try to put up some resources for fellow collectors on my site. If you should have any idea's, tips etc, let me know and I will see what I can do for you.
If you are a company and interested in sponsoring a real museum please do get in contact. I would love to start up a real physical museum here in the Netherlands together with some official organisations and private collectors but its not doable without sponsoring.