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Leonardo May 9
is a real toastrack? how can you recognize it?
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Jamie R Edgar Mar 26
Great to see a DEC Digital section in the Cambridge Computing History museum, even had a play with a MicoVAX 3100 and Digital tape reel cabinet.
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Leonardo May 1
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Zafinn Books May 25
The great thing about writing a book, especially one based on your hobby (or obession as my wife calls it), is you get to open boxes in the attic you totally forgot about... Behold, say hello to my two little friends 🤓
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Evan Kirstel Jun 30
My first personal computer at 10. What was yours and when?
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Leonardo Nve Feb 23
What i found cleaning my house... my
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The Old Map Gallery Dec 12
The Mercury recognized that a revolution is blooming and picking up speed. From the beginning of computer stores, through the OS battles with PC/Mac, to the NASA realization that personal computers were worth the weight.
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Mirek Stanek 🤖📱 May 6
Do you have some time during or after ? is no.1 place you should visit when walking through Mountain View. And 2hrs won't be enough geeks! You will be in heaven. I was. 🤓
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Natalie 🚫 Offline Mar 3
Today I played on my very first Coleco Vision & Atari Jaguar. I also found out where the phrase "computer bug" came from which blew my mind, followed by the awesomeness of the size of the 4mb harddisk back in 1959. 💜
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South West Retro Computing Archive Aug 7
Today’s is focused upon the - the original, the micro and the Advance SP. But which do you keep, which do you gift to a friend and which gets deleted forever?
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TFI Retro May 24
Someone namely had just reminded me of the first PC I bought. So what was the first computer you bought and or console? Console for me was a Amstrad cpc464, and pc had Windows 95 on with less than a gig HD space. 😂 Share yours.
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South West Retro Computing Archive Aug 6
For today’s we are looking at three entire ranges of system - , and . Which do you keep, which is gifted to a friend and which is deleted entirely?
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South West Retro Computing Archive Aug 8
For today’s we’re on the move with , with a 145B, G4 and a Newton . So, which would you keep, which would you gift to a friend and which would you delete from history?
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Rocky Bergen Feb 9
Atari 520ST paper model pattern FREE to download! Fun craft activity - build your own mini computer museum. I make lots of paper computers follow me for the latest!
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Georgios Magklaras Mar 2
In the setup of the control tower, there is still a 30 year old MS-DOS driven made ST model in full control of the ops. doing useful work. Awesome!
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LEOComputersSociety Mar 6
Leo Computers Society is thrilled to announce that we have just been granted charitable status to help us further advance the public’s knowledge and understanding of the LEO family’s place in 🍾🥂💥💥🎉🎉
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Darrell Prichard 🇺🇸 Jun 25
Raise your hand if you spent a good part of your waking hours typing programs into your or from this magazine every month. (Cover from the Sept. '87 edition).
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Computer History Museum Dec 31
We’re going to party like it’s 1984! 🎼🎉Saying “Hello, 2019!” CHM style.
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Marek Tyrpa Apr 9
I am such a nerd. Some old servers were being decommissioned and one was an which I never even seen before, so I pulled the CPU for my collection.
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Archives of IT 18h
Ferranti advert, 1961. Did ever have such elegant names? 💫 ✨Pegasus ✨Mercury ✨Perseus ✨Argus ✨Sirius ✨Orion ✨Atlas 📸Pinterest
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