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Computing History Mar 1
What a great box of to add to the collection. The Ithaca Intersystems DPS-1 computer from 1979 and originally costing around $7,200!! See more here:
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Raspberry Pi 20 Feb 13
New post: nice bit of affordable teaching kit from , with some fun Python tutorials. !
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hackaday 16 Dec 15
Hacker adds set of to old -based Philips VG-8020 computer:
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Alex Ellis Jun 17
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william fleete 9 Jan 19
Replying to @computermuseum
Here’s a really basic 8 bit CPU I made using discrete logic
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Julian Meyer 20 Nov 18
Replying to @ubnt
PreConfiguration of the new Office Network for the new facility.
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pimoroni 14 Jul 14
New Pibows have 10 layers and clean insides for add-on boards. Especially those with
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milan 11 Apr 16
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Chris Poole 22 Apr 16
Took the Gen z customers for a datacenter tour today. The mainframe really is Batman’s computer!
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Michael Droettboom Nov 28
Always fun to play with microcontrollers. Jithin B.P.
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Damian Andre 11 Feb 16
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TNMOC 19 Jan 18
Last evening, we had a special at the museum. Oscar Vermeulen and his -driven reconstruction. A nine-year old girl was especially spellbound!
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Ben ☕️ 3 Jun 16
Waking up to this and remembering which feels like 100 years ago
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Prof Lucy Rogers PhD Inventor With A Sense Of Fun Mar 5
It’s the and I’ve been playing with again
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Stephen Shankland Nov 12
Replying to @stshank
And this is what it looks like when you pack 480 Nervana NNP-T chips in a bunch of rack-mount servers with a high-speed interconnect. (Well, this is just part of a big bank up against a wall.)
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ARITH-MATIC Sep 11
For those who couldn't attend, here's a quick write-up of the Cambridge-1 CPU which I took to RCF19 at the last weekend:
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Bun E. Brewster Aug 5
Not yet convinced, this might be the most at , ’s own-made 6502 processor is a thing to behold.
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hackaday 17 Oct 15
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Jeff Geerling Feb 19
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Thomas Stratford Sep 14
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