Trenton Computer Festival

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Trenton Computer Festival (TCF) has existed since 1976, created by Sol Libes of the Amateur Computer Group of New Jersey and Allen Katz of The College of New Jersey (then Trenton State College). It is an annual educational event with speakers, forums, and user group meetings, an exhibitor area and an outdoor flea market. The event's flea market and vendor area, attended by throngs of local residents in a venue akin to a county fair, appears to be unique in its offering of a wide variety of used (sometimes even ancient as in museum-worthy), cheap, recycled and overstocked computing parts, software and systems. In 2007, TCF became a 501(c)(3) Corporation.