About the Heritage Project
The Pearcey Foundation intends to extend the Heritage Project well beyond Phase One (the book) – with the aim to become ‘the’ central repository – hosting a ‘virtual museum’ of Australia’s computing artefacts, documents and oral histories from key players. Your support of the project will contribute to:

  • A curated, dedicated and maintained website to support the project
  • Open forums for discussion and input from the industry
  • A platform for sharing ‘chunks’ of the story as it unfolds
  • Regular blog updates from Graeme Philipson (and others)
  • Video interviews and compelling content
  • A network of national and State-based events (online and offline) for connecting and sharing
  • Shared accèss to existing oral histories, images, documents
  • An archive of links to sources publications, papers etc

Through the Project, the Pearcey Foundation aims to achieve a significant advance in the recognition of Australia’s ICT heritage by:

  • Telling our stories to inspire the next generation
  • Documenting achievements of organisations and individuals
  • Building an archive to acknowledge Australia’s contribution to the digital age

If you have something to contribute or would like to get involved in any way, please contact us.

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