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Wednesday April 16, 2014

  Glen's Super Funtastic Slaphappy totally AWESOME Photo of the Day
Warning: May or may not be geeky or May or may not be SFW
 
  Today in Computer History April 16 1959
"LISP" Language Unveiled
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 7
starting over again
 

Previous Blogging

  Bar none, This is the most absolute weirdest toy you will see on the net today
Words fail me
 
  Today in Computer History April 15 1977
First West Coast Computer Faire Begins
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 6
The sort of sweet smell of success maybe
 
  oldcomputers.net
Dedicated to the preservation and display of vintage computers
 
  BitScope Micro for Raspberry Pi
An Oscilloscope, Logic Analyzer, Waveform Generator, Clock Generator and Spectrum Analyzer
 
  Today in Computer History April 14 1995
Chinese Government Works to Purge Its Agencies of Illegal Software
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 5
procrastination
 
  Individual Computers Announces C64 Reloaded
Jens Schönfeld and Individual Computers will make a "New" Modern C64 drop in Replacement Board
 
  Today in Computer History April 13 1909
Mathematics Pioneer Ulam Is Born
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 4
slowing down for details
 
  Today in Computer History April 12, 1981
HP-41 calculator used in space
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 3
Zip Rams are evil
 
  The World's Biggest Single Deposit of Lithium
Science packed BBC article about Lithuim mining and Lithium batteries.
 
  Computer History Museum
Learn about computer history’s game-changers & listen to computer pioneers tell their stories.
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 2
Batteries
 
  Today in Computer History April 11, 1936
German Computer Designer Zuse Files For Patent
 
  Today in Computer History April 10 1943
"ENIAC" Project Underway
 
  Welcome to the new Amiga Lounge
The new look of the Amiga Lounge
 
  The New Jaguar F-type Coupe is Very Pretty
2015 F-type S Coupe / F-type R Coupe
 
  How To Make Electron Tubes - P&C Electronics
A true craftsmen constructs high end vacuum tubes in his shop.
 
  Tips for buying Amiga Items
Yes, we do still sell Amiga's. Here are some basic tips and guidelines for buying through us
 
  Navy Railgun
First full-energy shots at a test facility in Dahlgren, Virginia
 
  Seymour Cray - Father of the Supercomputer
A collection of links to the fastest super computers in the world and the man who created them.
 
  ARMIGA Crowd Funded Project Proposal
Modern Dual Core ARM CPU Amiga 500 Clone
 
  ObsoleteGamer.com
A Source for Amiga Games
 
  Steve Wozniak Surprises Girl with Mac Delivery
"This is like having your lightbulbs delivered by Thomas Edison."
 
  The Bond in Motion Exhibition is Open
London's Film Museum pays homage to the films' technological legacy
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log
building and restoring 1 Amiga A3000 from 2 parts machines- daily log
 
  Vintage Computer Festival East 9.1
April 4-6, 2014, InfoAge Science Center, Wall, New Jersey
 
  IBM Mainframe turns 50
Fifty years ago today IBM unveiled the first mainframe computer, capable of powering everything from banks to governments.
 
  The Hedley Davis Memorial Disk Drive
I might be able to shed a little light...
 
  Last day of a Commodore Amiga Factory
April 27, 1994. Dave Haynie shows you around.
 
  Minnowboard Max by Circuitco
An open hardware, single-board computer that runs Linux and Android on a 64 bit Intel Atom processor.
 
  Commodore Amiga A1000
The A1000 was Commodore's initial Amiga personal computer.
 

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