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HOLBORN 9120 Computer (1983)

This is a Holborn 6100 series computer. It consists of a system unit 6110 and a 6140 external disk unit. Holborn was a small Dutch...

Acorn Computers

Acorn Computers Ltd.  was a British computer company established in Cambridge, England, in 1978.  Advert from the 24 April 1986 issue of New Scientist. Though the company...
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Trackography

"When governments collect data we call it 'surveillance', but when companies do the same, we mistakenly call it 'user services' " - Marek Tuszynski.   "Trackography...
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The Colony by David Alan Smith

The Colony is a first-person shooter developed by David Alan Smith. It was published by Mindscape. The 1988 Macintosh release came in two versions, one...
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500 years Aldo Manuzio’s death

ACCADEMIA ALDINA DI BASSIANO With the celebration of the 5th century from the death of Aldus Manutius Bassianensis,the City of Bassiano constitutes the Accademia Aldina...
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NETWORK THEORY APPLIED TO SOCIAL ANALYSIS

NETWORK THEORY APPLIED TO SOCIAL ANALYSIS The Case of Viral Marketing and Contagious Media 1 - Abstract This work will try to show how Network Theory...
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Securisation – Free Ebook

ll processo di securitization, sviluppatosi nei mercati anglosassoni fin dalla fine degli anni settanta, si sostanzia, in sintesi, nella conversione di crediti di qualsiasi genere...
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IBM 704 – Speech Synthesis & Daisy Bell on IBM 7094

The IBM 704, the first mass-produced computer with floating point arithmetic hardware, was introduced by IBM in 1954. The IBM 704 Manual of operation states: The type 704 Electronic Data-Processing Machine is a large-scale, high-speed...

Digital Desk (1991) Xerox

User interface research from Xerox EuroPARC circa 1991. The sketching segment might be the earliest instance of the multitouch "pinch" gesture (a la iPhone,...

VODER (Voice Operation DEmonstratoR)

The Bell Telephone Laboratory's Voder was the first attempt to electronically synthesize human speech by breaking it down into its acoustic components. It was...
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IBM 1401

The IBM 1401 was a variable wordlength decimal computer that was announced by IBM on October 5, 1959. The first member of the highly successful IBM 1400 series, it was aimed at...

MIT Science Reporter. Vintage movie.

This vintage film features MIT Science Reporter John Fitch at the MIT Computation Center in an extended interview with MIT professor of computer science...

Hewlett-Packard 9100A

The Hewlett-Packard 9100A is an early computer (or programmable calculator), first appearing in 1968. HP called it a desktop calculator because, as Bill Hewlett said, "If we had called it a...

EDSAC 1951

Electronic Delay Storage Automatic Calculator (EDSAC) was an early British computer. Inspired by John von Neumann's seminal First Draft of a Report on the EDVAC, the machine was...

Olivetti Programma 101 – Perottina

Olivetti Programma 101  P101 L'Olivetti Programma 101, o P101, o Perottina è un calcolatore da scrivania, con stampante integrata, sviluppato dalla ditta italiana Olivetti negli anni tra il 1962 e il 1964. Progettata da Pier Giorgio Perottoinsieme con Giovanni De...
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Interview with Alan Kay

I'll be speaking with Dr. Alan Kay, one of the great architects of the digital age, about education, the history of computing, computational thinking,...
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Keynote 1990: NeXTstation – NeXTcube

Steve Jobs NeXT presentation in San Francisco (1990) Keynote excerpt where Steve Jobs introduces new products and showcases his vision of the future "interpersonal computing". The...

GeniLabs: humanoids

  Transcendentally super-intelligent beings! Geni Lab Mark Tilden, inventor of BEAM robotics, creator of Robosapien and numerous other commercial successful robots (23M robots shipped, over $1B in...

Children labour

Another slap in the promises to eliminate one of the greatest plagues of our times: child labour. The latest report published by UNICEF leaves no...

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