Bob Evans, Capital Children's Museum administrator
This is the fourth in our series of interviews about the Atari computers at the Capital Children's Museum.
Bob Evans wore many hats at the museum: he was director of special exhibits, where he worked on the museum's exhibit on the history of human communication, which used several computers, both public-facing and behind the scenes. He was administrator of Superboots, the museum's software publishing lab -- it published the computer art program PAINT! but no other software. Bob was administrator of The Future Center, the museum's public computer lab, and administrator of the museum's summer computer camp for disadvantaged youth.
This interview took place on April 22, 2021. ANTIC Interview 391 - Tracy Frey, Atari Birthday Girl