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Ralph H. Baer, USA
Inventor of Home Videogames

this may be the 37th birthday of the Magnavox Odyssey game but it's also the 40th birthday of the video ping-pong. It might be nice if you included the short video of Bill Harrison and me playing ping-pong back in 1969, which I am attaching.

Good luck with your new site,

Ralph H. Baer,
January 26, 2009

Christopher "Dark Watcher" Hernandez, USA - Collector

Thank you so much for the invite. Your website took me back in history, and I am amazed at your collection. It's great to see information about these consoles... Particularly, the units never seen on US shores. You got a great website there. It was easy to navigate, clean layout, wealth of information, and adding additional languages is a great audience grabber.

I personally want to thank you for this great addition to the classic gaming community. I am honored that my small contribution could be used on your website. Keep up the great work.

DW, January 26, 2009

 

Jamillah Knowles, UK - Pods and Blogs show on BBC Radio

I make the Pods and Blogs show on BBC Radio Five Live. When I read in Boing Boing that you had opened a virtual Pong museum, I was beside myself with excitement! I'd love to talk to someone for the site on the show who may be able to explain to me why I lost so many hours to the square ball and paddle game. Please drop me a line.

All the best,

JK, February 11, 2009

 

Cleidson Lima, Brazil - Journalist and Author

My name is Cleidson Lima, i´m a journalist and i´m writing a book about the history of video game consoles since 1958 up to now. I´d like to know if I can use some informations and pictures of your great website in my book. Sooner or later i´ll contact you about wich texts and photos i´ll need to put in the book. It will be very important for the conservation of the console´s and Pong´s history. By the way, your website is very very good and brings us many details that we can´t find in another place.

Cleidson Lima, May 2, 2009

 

Bruce Benedict, USA - Donator of Allied Leisure "Name of the Game" Console

I just got back from the post office. The game is on the way. Thanks for the reference on the museum's site, it's a pretty cool looking website. I was looking around and saw many things I remember as a kid, especially the big arcade pong games. I remember when they put those into our local arcade and everyone getting really excited. My parents bought a pong game for home, but I can't remember which one. I'm going to look around your site some more to see if I can find it. Thanks again.

Bruce, June 19, 2009

Sandra Jones, USA - Reporter with the Chicago Tribune

I am a reporter with the Chicago Tribune working on a story about online museums and would like to interview you about the Pong Museum. Can you email a phone number so I can give you a call?

Sandra Jones, January 29, 2010

 

 

 

 
 

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