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I do not fear computers. I fear the lack of them.
-- Isaac Asimov

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Serious System Computers

Serious System
116/3571 December 16, 2003

Hal shows off his spiffy new system with dual opteron processors and a lot of other nifty things I don't understand.

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Tuesday, November 01, 2005

PA-RISC Laptops Computers

PA-RISC Laptops
094/2904 October 11, 2003

Stan Sieler had a couple of PA-RISC-based laptops on display. The PA-RISC processors are what HP used in their later HP 3000 minicomputers and HP 9000 Unix systems.

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Monday, October 31, 2005

Digital Group and Mark-8 Computers

Digital Group and Mark-8
094/2899 October 11, 2003

A exhibit featuring the Mark-8 Minicomputer, a Digital Group computer, and the history behind these significant machines.

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Sunday, October 30, 2005

Lotsa DEC Computers

Lotsa DEC
094/2898 October 11, 2003

An enormous and impressive display of DEC equipment.

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Saturday, October 29, 2005

Not-a-Portable Computers

Not-a-Portable
094/2897 October 11, 2003

A display of the IBM 5100 "Portable" -- which is not, despite the name, a portable computer as one would think of portables today. You have to understand the context of the time to understand what was meant by "portable" in this instance. Think of room-sized computers requiring dedicated power systems and air conditioning, and then think how IBM might have marketed a computer that fit on a desk, needed no air conditioning, plugged into a standard power outlet, and did not need specialized computer movers if the office was being moved or reorganized.

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