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Very Rare WWII Enigma Cipher Machine. This highly important three-rotor Enigma deciphering machine was used by the Nazis during World War II. It is believed that acquisition of an Enigma, and the subsequent deciphering of the German codes by the. History Online, World History, World War Ii, Naval History, Military History, Enigma Machine, Bletchley Park, Non Plus Ultra, E Mc2

Are You Hoarding Treasure in Your Basement?

You just might have what you think is an old piece of junk in your basement that is actually a valuable treasure! Here's what to look for.

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Walter Isaacson on the Women of ENIAC

The revolutionary computing machine had switches that needed resetting, a seemingly menial job. Today we call it programming.

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Berenice Abbott: Monochrome purity in photography

A new exhibition at MIT reveals how Berenice Abbott used photography to bring science to the US public in the 1960s

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My professor brought in a 10MB hard disk from the 1960's

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Computer scientist Jean F. Hall works on the AVIDAC, Argonne National Laboratory’s first digital computer John Von Neumann, Computer Technology, Computer Science, Science And Technology, Apple Ii, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Vintage Stuff

AVIDAC -- First Argonne Computer (1953)

AVIDAC, Argonne's first digital computer, began operation in January 1953. It was built by the Physics Division for $250,000. Pictured is pioneer Argonne computer scientist Jean F. Hall. AVIDAC stands for "Argonne Version of the Institute's Digital Automatic Computer" and was based on the IAS architecture developed by John von Neumann. Courtesy Argonne National Laboratory.

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History In Pictures on Twitter

“What an advertisement for a high end computer system looked like in the 1980's”

IBM In September IBM announced its smallest and first portable computer (If you consider a 28 Kgs. computer portable, that is), the IBM no bigger than one of IBM's typewriters. Developed in Rochester, it used the same operating system Alter Computer, Home Computer, Computer Keyboard, Computer Hacking, Computer Technology, Computer Science, Ibm Typewriter, Retro, Computer Hardware

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IBM 5100... In September 1975, IBM announced its smallest and first portable computer (If you consider a 28 Kgs. computer portable, that is), the IBM 5100, no bigger than one of IBM's typewriters. Developed in Rochester, it used the same operating system as IBM's /370 line of main frames. Thus it could accommodate the same APL interpreter, permitting the use of APL programs. A BASIC interpreter was also available, depending of the 5100 version chosen.

The photo is supposed to show a futuristic "home computer" designed by the RAND Corporation in And it'd be a wonderful artifact of retro-futurism. If it were true. The image was actually made during a Photoshop contest hosted by Fark back in Alter Computer, Home Computer, Computer Technology, Computer Lab, Computer Mockup, Logitech, Top Photos, Capture The Flag, Alcatel One Touch

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Back in the crazy days, a person had to actually load the proper disk into the drive when your app started, and no other app could use that drive at that time Computer Love, Micro Computer, School Computers, Old Computers, Computer Equipment, Computer Hardware, Computer Technology, Office Interiors, Congo

Back in the crazy days, a person had to actually load the proper disk into the drive when your app started, and no other app could use that drive at that time

In the case of paper tape, the hole has either been punched or it has not. Electro-mechanical computers such as the Mark I used relays to represent data because a relay (which is just a motor driven switch) can only be open or closed. Computer Love, Micro Computer, Computer Paper, Star Trek Games, Mechanical Computer, Electronic Packaging, Old Technology, Recording Equipment, Old Computers

5 Obsolete Storage Formats

With Toshiba’s announcement of an actual shipping laptop with a 128-GB solid-state drive inside, it seems that the hard drive, in portable computers at least, might be in the twilight of its life. In the tech game, everything dies eventually, but some things are more fondly remembered than others.