Electrical engineer Saburo Muroga posing with the MUSASINO-1, an early Japanese computer of the IAS architecture family, ca. 1959.
So I thought I’d have another go with my Still Alive remake.
Syncing audio with a serial cable is hard :-/
There are just too many of them!
OS/2 advertisement from 1995.
Eileen Perkins (later Dennis) mounting an Ampex tape on Atlas
Something nostalgic for all the Amiga fans out there. :)
Founded in Berkeley, California, the Community Memory system was the first public-access computerized bulletin board. The system utilized a SDS 940 computer connected via telephone line to a 110-baud teleprinter located in a local record shop. Users could post, retrieve, and search for messages and no prior computing experience was required to operate the system.
John Von Neumann and Williams storage tubes at the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) machine, 1952. The IAS machine was a 40-bit word binary computer that had 5.1 kilobytes of memory.