Should Route 128 Go Into A Museum?Gary Mcwilliams
For 12 years, Boston's Computer Museum has been a testament to the prowess of such Route 128 pioneers as Digital Equipment and Wang Labs. So it was only fitting that in 1990, its signature exhibit--the 50-foot-high Walk-Through Computer--was funded largely by such East Coast institutions as DEC and Lotus founder Mitch Kapor's family foundation.
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