Apple Macintosh SE/30 (Douglas Adams)
This Macintosh SE/30 was once owned by Douglas Adams, the author of The HitchHiker’s Guide to the Galaxy.
Discovered In late 2015 by one of our volunteers Andy Taylor in amongst some other machines, the computer came from the father of the author of the software title Starship Titanic who had worked with Adams on the game.
When the computer was fired up it seemed to have been used as a server by Douglas Adams and his wife.
It is not known if Adams authored anything on this computer, it also came with a 40MB SCSI hard drive, which sadly failed to work.
The computer is now on display securely in our main gallery, along with the requisite towel.
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