When most people think about Cambridge, they think about the colleges in medieval looking buildings and lots of history. And indeed, there is lots of history, including a lot of computer history! After all, Cambridge was a computing hotspot after the second world war and again in the 1980s when companies like Sinclair and Acorn set up their shop there. If you are interested in this part of ‘memory lane’, have a look at ‘Turing, Hauser, Sinclair – haunt computing’s Cambridge A-team stamping ground‘ over at ‘The Register’. Makes you see Cambridge in a different light than the mainstream bus tours! The picture above, by the way, is the house in which Clive Sinclair set up his office in the early days of the ZX80 and 81!