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Monday July 21, 2014

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Yes! I did change the link to force you to the front page
 
  The Almost forgotten Story of the Amiga 2000
The machine that truly changed the world.
 

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Previous Amiga Stories

  WIN an AMIGA 2000
Not a Donation Drive No purchase or donation necessary
 
  Donation Drive final totals
Sorry, I may give an Amiga away again soon
 
  Amiga Donation Drive totals Week 3
Coming to the end.
 
  The Building of a Titan - A special Amiga 2000 story- Day 5
The Engine fires up
 
  Happy Canada Day! July Updates to the Amiga Lounge
July is going to be insane
 
  Amiga Donation Drive totals Week 2
Slow week
 
  The Building of a Titan - A special Amiga 2000 story- Day 4
Quickie update
 
  The Building of a Titan - A special Amiga 2000 story- Day 3
Re-seating the motherboard
 
  The Building of a Titan - A special Amiga 2000 story- Day 2
The Tek Magic is back!
 
  Amiga Donation Drive totals
Totals for week 1
 
  I do restros and small repairs for Private Individuals
Do you need your amiga restored?
 
  The Building of a Titan - A special Amiga 2000 story- Day 1
An Introduction-This is going to be Epic
 
  Restoring an Amiga A4000 Day 6
OS install
 
  Restoring an Amiga A4000 Day 5
final cable management
 
  Restoring an Amiga A4000 Day 4
Putting it back together
 
  Restoring an Amiga A4000 Day 3
Sort of, maybe day 2.5 ish
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 14
Huston..We have a problem
 
  Restoring an Amiga A4000 Day 2
Teardown, Battery change and suprises
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 13
Cable Management and beginning to see some issues
 
  Restoring An Amiga A4000 Day 1
Yep! Here we go again
 
  The Clean Sweep Part 1 - The 2 A2000's Get stored
Before Storing, I wanted to take a look and remove the battery for 2- Amiga 2000's
 
  Dick Van Dyke and selling his Amiga in 2008
funny how the linux zealots even will use this to justify linux
 
  Warhol digital images from 1985
Warhol was using an Amiga computer
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 12
powerless
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 11
Keyboard Blues Part 4 ..Conclusion
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 10
Sliders
 
  The Amiga Computer in "Miami Vice"
The Computers of the squad
 
VCF East 9.1: History of Commodore, Pt3: The Amiga Years
Video from Vintage Computer Festival East (v9.1) April17, 2014
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 9
Keyboard Blues part 2
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 8
The keyboard Cleaning blues
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 7
starting over again
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 6
The sort of sweet smell of success maybe
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 5
procrastination
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 4
slowing down for details
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 3
Zip Rams are evil
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log Day 2
Batteries
 
  Welcome to the new Amiga Lounge
The new look of the Amiga Lounge
 
  Tips for buying Amiga Items
Yes, we do still sell Amiga's. Here are some basic tips and guidelines for buying through us
 
  ObsoleteGamer.com
A Source for Amiga Games
 
  ARMIGA Crowd Funded Project Proposal
Modern Dual Core ARM CPU Amiga 500 Clone
 
  Latest project- Restoring an Amiga A3000 Daily Log
building and restoring 1 Amiga A3000 from 2 parts machines- daily log
 
Last day of a Commodore Amiga Factory
April 27, 1994. Dave Haynie shows you around.
 
Commodore Amiga A1000
The A1000 was Commodore's initial Amiga personal computer.
 

Previous Blog Posts

  Lounge Updates for July 15 2014
Finally, some decent Hardware
 
Why Engagement Rings Are a Scam
by College Humor. Warning. Contains a few appropriate swears in exactly the right spots.
 
  Lounge update
Deal fell though because of wife!
 
  Canadian couple has tornado form in wedding photo shoot’s background
A bride and groom's wedding photos couldn't get any more breathtaking after a tornado formed directly behind them and was astonishingly captured on camera.
 
  Europe's $1.6B brain project
Brain!
 
  If your website has an article that says Desktops are Dead
Then, please test that your content actually comes up on a mobile device in under 2 minutes!!
 
  Radioshack Is Going Bankrupt
Thanks to balance-sheet destroying stock buybacks.
 
  IBM at the Crossroads: How IBM Got to this Point
The Suits demolish Big Blue with Greed and Financial Engineering. Now they talk of selling off the Chip Fabs
 
Who do you think you are? Stirling Moss?
Some say "The greatest driver ever"
 
  Sponsor a future build
Yes, I am taking sponsorships
 
Pagani Huayra Supercar
National Geographic 2013 HD
 
  Ridiculously Large TV Dwarfs You, Me, Several Elephants
$1.6 million 370-inch (26- by 16-foot) TV
 
  BOC authorized as RMB clearing bank in Frankfurt
Frankfurt is one of the most important financial hubs in Europe and the seat of two central banks -- the Bundesbank and the European Central Bank.
 
  Hacker mines 500 million Dogecoins through hijacked Synology devices
A hijacker has managed to mine about $200,000 in Dogecoin
 
  China Construction Bank - The Renminbi Clearing House in London
The first clearing bank outside Asia for the Chinese currency
 
  Game Over! British GHASH.IO Controls Bitcoin!
"Official Address" is 32 Threadneedle Street, London. Checkout the Masonic/USSR Inspired Logo
 
The Ultimate "Geek" Car- The 1963 Chrysler Turbine- Jay Leno's Garage
Chrysler DID make a Jet engine car back in 1963
 
  Can Atari be resurrected Again from the Dead?
New CEO Fred Chesnais Plans to make it "cool" again
 
  Picasso painting reveals hidden man
Scientists and art experts have found a hidden painting beneath one of Pablo Picasso's first masterpieces, "The Blue Room"
 
  Cleaning up a TRS-80 Color Computer 2 (hacked Model 26-3134)
Just a cleaning, I didn't have RAM replacement chips
 
  Calgary airport opens longest runway in Canada
The Calgary Airport Authority welcomes more than 10,000 people to the opening of Canada’s longest runway this weekend.
 
  Plunkitt of Tammany Hall
A Series of Very Plain Talks on Very Practical Politics, Delivered by Ex-senator George Washington Plunkitt
 
  How To Get $1,000 Annual Dividends From Royal Dutch Shell In 2024
For income investors that like to build positions of stocks paying out $1,000 in annual dividends
 
  Seafarers made regular trips to ancient America as far back as the Roman Empire
The world’s adventurers and merchants were exploring the world from the earliest times that ships were capable of ocean sailing.
 
  Cleaning up a TRS-80 Color Computer 3
Not a restro, just a simple clean up
 
  Supreme Court rules police need warrants to find Internet child porn users
No more Kiddie Porn Excuse. No more warrantless snooping on everbody. No more 'For the Children"
 
  S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats
S&P 500 companies that have increased dividends every year for the last 25 consecutive years.
 
Vintage Corvettes - Jay Leno's Garage
With Ed Welburn - Vice President of Design - GM
 
  How to reduce your Corporate Taxes by moving Head Office to London
Nice explanations on several popular tax reduction maneuvers
 
  Birth of the Virtual Corporation
Apple Inc. has three foreign subsidiaries that are not tax resident in any nation
 
  Teenagers hack an ATM over lunch by downloading the manual
They were late getting back to school so the bank manager wrote a note to the teacher
 
Roadkill - Corvette Sinkhole Adventure
Freiburger and Finnegan visit the infamous sinkhole that opened up inside the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky
 
  TRS-80 Color Computer shipment Unboxing
CoCo's galore
 
  Gazprom signs agreements to switch from dollars to euros
Learn 80% of what drives today's world politics. In one short, easy to read article. It even has pictures and a cheat sheet at the end.
 
  Three men escaped from a Canadian jail by helicopter
A helicopter touched down briefly in the courtyard before taking off with the three prisoners
 
  Mission possible: Film restoration
Spencer Kelly visits the Warner Bros archive in Los Angeles to meet the people painstakingly restoring old films using the latest technology.
 
Craig Ferguson's cold musical openings
After 10 years, Craig is ending the show
 
  World's most delayed software released after 54 years of development
Xanadu, which began development in 1960, now has a working release, OpenXanadu
 
  Today in Computer History June 6 1995
Vatican Library to Be on the Web
 
  Verizon tells Netflix to stop blaming it for streaming issues
Hey Verizon, when you take money for faster internet, you actually have to deliver it!
Besides, I thought only the little guys were supposed to get screwed by net neutrality.
 
  Microsof admits and proves that Xbox 1 preforms better WITHOUT Kinect
In every war, one must have casualties
 
  Today in Computer History June 5 1833
Lovelace Meets Babbage
 
  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
 
  Department of Justice Just Shutdown a Botnet
Allegedly "Generated losses" of more than $100 million in the U.S. since 2011.
 
  12 Apple computers that have made history
Some of the more significant Apple computers the company has released over the years.
 
  Universe evolution recreated in computer lab
An international team of researchers has created the most complete visual simulation of how the Universe evolved.
 
  An end to bad hair days at the movies
Scientists offer a detailed model for a 3D strand of curly hair
 
  House Votes to Block ICANN Handoff
The just-passed amendment to the CJS bill (NTIA is part of Commerce) would block the handoff, period.
 
  Photos: Slut Walk in Edmonton
Fourth annual Slut Walk in McIntyre Park in Edmonton on May 31, 2014.
 
Bowling Green Assembly Plant - Home of the Corvette
GM began production of the esteemed Corvette at the Bowling Green, KY assembly plant in 1981, and the facility has remained the exclusive home of the Corvette for over 30 years.
 
  Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee
Sarah Silverman and Jerry Seinfeld in a Jag going for Coffee
 
  The History of the Race Wire Service
During World War II, in some respects, more reliable than the land links of the U. S. War Department
 
  AMC's New Show "Halt and Catch Fire" is based on Phoenix Technologies not Compaq
Amazing that people want to forget "the little guy"
 
  "Anonymous" and "LulzSec" were Bullshit
Both Stunk like Government Operations. And now the FBI let 'Sabu' walk free.
 
  Edward Snowden: I am CIA
"I was trained as a spy in sort of the traditional sense of the word in that I lived and worked undercover overseas -- pretending to work in a job that I'm not -- and even being assigned a name that was not mine,"
 
  NSA - A Vast Conspiracy to Sell Hard Drives
Snowden, Manning, Assange, Lulzsec, Anonymous and Stuxnet were government programs used to increase hard drive sales
 
  Encryption software TrueCrypt closes doors in odd circumstances
TrueCrypt has shut down its site with no warning and a bizarre statement, leaving users wondering if there is something left unsaid
 
  Hello to all our friends at NeoGAF!
NeoGAF is a nexus of hardcore gamers, enthusiast press, and video game industry developers and publishers.
 
  Inspur Electronics Makes Top 5 in Global Server Shipments
A server manufacturing and software development company based in China
 
Intel’s 3D-printed robots
Owners of the robots will be able to program them to perform unique tasks.
 
  The car that can drive around the world on a LITRE of fuel
When you spin the wheels, they turn for several minutes without stopping
 
  The Biggest-Little Revolution: 10 Single-Board Computers for Under $100
These tiny computers have engendered a technological revolution of their own
 
Sir Arthur and the Vile Hex
An Evil Wizard has cast a Hex Upon our Empire
 
Kids of Today vs 1980's Technology
Can today's Kids figure out the Technology of the 1980's?
 
  9 banned iPhone Apps
A Video from Canoe Media
 
  The Crumbling Mainstream Media in Canada
Part Three - The CBC
 
Kids React to Old Computers
Do kids know how to work a late 70s/Early 80s home computer? Find out!
 
  The Clean Sweep Part 2 - 1080 Monitor
Bringing a dirty monitor back
 
  Female Body Shapes
The four most common female body shapes: banana, apple, pear, and hourglass
 
  Mark Carney - Ending "Too Big to Fail"
G20 wants the biggest 29 banks to hold enough capital to never need another Bailout.
 
  USA still In Decline after Crash - Graphs of Oil Consumption, Birth Rates, Miles Driven, Tax Receipts, Railcars of Scrap
Date of Crash: Financial services firm Lehman Brothers filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on September 15, 2008.
 
  ‘Scarface’ Mansion For Sale
Tour Inside ‘El Fureidis,’ The California House Used In 1983 Movie
 
  X-Ray Technology Reveals Hidden Layer in Picasso’s “Girl Before a Mirror”
Picasso took what was at first a seemingly natural portrait, and transformed it using shapes, colors, and distortions into something that became so distinctively his own.
 
Meet Deborah Riley, the production designer for Game of Thrones season 4
The new season has 104, not counting the old ones they're reusing
 
  Bitcoin Foundation hit by resignations over new director
Three employees of Brock Pierce 's bankrupt first company allege he provided drugs and pressured them for sex when they were minors.
 
How the NSA & FBI Made Facebook The Perfect Mass Surveillance Tool
The two agencies developed techniques for exploiting Facebook chats, capturing private photos, collecting IP addresses, and gathering private profile data.
 
‘Game of Thrones’ books are written on a DOS computer not connected to Internet
His "secret weapon" is an offline DOS machine that runs WordStar 4.0
 
  Cracking Wifi WPA/WPA2 Passwords
Using pyrit cowpatty – with cuda or calpp in Kali Linux
 
  Andy Warhol's "Death and Disaster" series sold for a combined $100 million Tuesday
Christie's sold 68 pieces Tuesday, raising more than $744 million.
 
  The Capital of the World has Moved Back to London
Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Billionaires, The Square Mile, Lower Taxes, Higher Interest on Cash Deposits, Privacy and a Functional Legal System
 
  Today in Computer History May 14 1992
Texas Instruments Announces Its Own 486 Microprocessor Chip
 
  Microsoft will eat its words and sell XBox1 for $399 WITHOUT Kinect
Low sales force "Crippling" of system to compete with PS4
 
  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
 
  Google doesn't Care about College Degrees
It's all about experience, not the papers that you can produce
 
  Did World War II Bankrupt the USA?
To oversimplify: The Debt and Tax Rates went way, way up. And they never ever came back down again.
 
  Catch! Watch the incredible robot arm that never drops a thing
and is set to be blasted into orbit to grab space junk
 
  HR Giger dies at 74
Aliens morn
 
  Today in Computer History May 13, 1986
Network General Corporation Founded
 
  5 Reasons to Love 'Mad Men's' New Star: The IBM 360
The IBM 360 really did change everything
 
  Lithium-Vanadium Phosphate Battery
One of the most promising battery solutions in the automotive industry
 
  Classic 1983 Penthouse Interview with L. Ron. Hubbard Jr.
"Cults are as dangerous as drugs. They commit the highest crime: the rape of the soul." L. Ron Hubbard Jr. 1983
 
Did Deep Blue Cheat Kasparov?
Kasparov’s suspicion of IBM’s foul play
 
  Today in Computer History May 11
Visicalc and Deep Blue
 
  Web Browser Wars 1.0
Before Windows XP, Before IE, Before Chrome and Firefox- Netscape ruled them all
 
  Today in Computer History May 10, 1954
Texas Instruments Introduces New Transistor
 
  Kadena Air Base: We Could Take Godzilla
The Air Force’s largest combat wing at Kadena Air Base in Okinawa is ready to master the mayhem.
 
  RadioShack closes near all-time low
Analyst says "the ship is sinking"
 
  Extortionware hits Android in big way via fake porn app
always demand the REAL porn Apps, you just are way safer
 
  Intel Launches Quad Core 64-bit Atom Z3580 "Moorefield" Proccessor
Shipping in ASUS Memo Pad 8, but only in Japan for now
 
  Today in Computer History May 9, 1967
New Building for National Center for Atmospheric Research
 
  Good luck delaying the crowdsourcing revolution
A pampered elite throws together a dozen unrelated trends, co-opts a buzzword and then pimps two new businesses, all while being on the government payroll!
 
  Do not build a country in Mincraft, it just is an open target for Comedy
Denmark is getting the BLOCKS bombed out of it
 
  Professor Colin Pillinger, Dies at age 70 of a Brain hemorrhage.
Britain's Mars-rover chief
 
  Looks Like Apple will buy "Beats"by Dr. Dre
He can finally afford to become a real Doctor
 
  Today in Computer History May 8, 1995
Newspapers Form New Century Network
 
  Microsoft is (also) developing another Smart Watch
Monkey see, Monkey do...
 
  Roger Christian, The man who built Star Wars
Scrap Jet engines,wooden R2 units and used flash guns
 
  Today in Computer History May 7, 1895
Steiger Gets "Millionaire" Patent
 
  MIT conducts world's largest Bitcoin experiment
A pot of $500,000 will be used to hand out free Bitcoins to every undergraduate at MIT later this year
 
  General Electric
The Largest Transnational Company in the World (by Assets)
 
  Symantic Declares Anti-Virus a "dead" bussiness
Has given up on preventing virus infections, and focuses on damage control
 
  Bug in IOS 7.7.1 allows a simple Siri bypass to your Contacts
Just on the iPhone 5
 
  Amazon is an amazing company. As long as you don't work there.
Gawker takes a look at the company and interviews employees
 
  Nintendo Wii U sales continue to Bomb
Wii U is just not "good" enough for this day and age
 
  Today in Computer History May 6, 1949
British Computer EDSAC Performs First Calculation
 
  Bill Gates DUMPS 7.85 MILLION shares of Microsoft
Steve Balmer now the largest share holder
 
  Gates doesn't care about Xbox, would rather back BING instead.
Sad to see a sharp mind go...
 
  Blu-ray is dying! Video-on-demand and streaming are on the rise
Well, DUH!
 
  AMD To Make Motherboards with both ARM and x86 processors
..and one socket shall rule them all...
 
  Today in Computer History May 5, 1952
Dummer Proposes Integrated Circuit Concept
 
  Happy Star Wars Day
May the 4th be with you
 
  The Epic Awsomeness of 1980's "Flash Gordon"
It was slated as a Big Budget Epic, what we got was a great Campy movie. Things you never knew
 
  Today in Computer History May 4 1995
Commodore Bought by ESCOM
 
  Happy 30th Birthday Dell Computers
your still here?
 
  Today in Computer History May 3 1978
Earliest known case of Spam
 
  Today in Computer History May 2 1983
Microsoft Introduces 2-button Mouse
 
  TCP bug in FreeBSD causes crashes, memory leaks
Remote kernel issue spotted
 
  Windows XP Market Share Drops Just 1.4% Despite End Of Life
and still Windows 8 has no real growth
 
  Bob Hoskins Dies Of Pneumonia
He was 71
 
  RoboCop (1987) Is an Almost Perfectly Symmetrical Film
The Old Testament is full of examples of chiasmus, which is a figure of speech used in ancient times to emphasize balance.
 
  Today in Computer History May 1 1964
Happy 50th Birthday BASIC
 
  Ubuntu for Android has been killed
RIP we hardly knew you
 
UNREAL ENGINE 4.1
You can now package your games and deploy to SteamOS and Linux
 
  Intelligent Crows Use Clothes Hangers to Build Solid Nests in Tokyo
Crows show remarkable examples of intelligence
 
Jay Leno's Garage with Tim Allen
Featuring Tim's 1968 Camaro
 
  Today in Computer History April 30 1916
Information Theory Pioneer Claude Shannon Is Born
 
  Today in Computer History April 29 1928
Laszlo Belady Is Born
 
  Crowdfunding the Recovery of a Lost Spacecraft
only have a small window of time to complete
 
  US Tax Rules Force American Companies to Globalize?
Good for both companies' U.S. shareholders and for the government
 
  Gary Kildall honored for key work
After all these years
 
  NASA Honors William Shatner With Distinguished Public Service Medal
highest award bestowed by the agency to non-government personnel.
 
  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
 
  Thousands of Atari ET Cartridges unearthed in a New Mexico Landfill
Geek Urban Legend put to rest and Turns out to be true.
 
  Today in Computer History April 28 1994
U.S. Companies Get Aid From Government
 
Today in Commodore History April 27 1994
"it was 20 years ago today"
 
  IBM Open Sources the Power PC Architecture
Power8 - The Most Powerful CPU in the World!
 
  Donations to the lounge.
Living on love is hard
 
  Today in Computer History April 27 1995
Justice Department Sues to Block Microsoft Purchase of Intuit
 
  Today in Computer History April 26 1960
IBM Announces "STRETCH" Supercomputer Plans
 
  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 (copy)
 
  Today in Computer History April 25 1961
Noyce Awarded Patent for "Integrated Circuit"
 
  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 24 1981
Apple IIc Introduced
 
  Make way, Raspberry Pi is obsolete, say hello to the new Banana Pi
Banana Pi has a Dual Core CPU.
 
  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 23, 1964
SEAC Computer Retired
 
  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 22 1592
Mechanical Calculator Designer Schikard Is Born
 
  Today in Computer History April 22 1994
The Beginning of the end for Commodore
 
  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 21 1988
Tandy Plans to Build IBM PS/2 Clones
 
  Today in Computer History April 20 1951
MIT "Whirlwind" Computer Seen on Television
 
  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 19 1957
First FORTRAN Program Runs
 
  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
 
  NASA Completes LADEE Moon Mission
(LADEE) spacecraft impacted the surface of the moon, as planned, between 9:30 and 10:22 p.m. PDT Thursday, April 17.
 
  Today in Computer History April 18 1986
IBM First to Use Megabit Chip
 
  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
 
  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 17, 1944
Harvard Mark I Operating
 
  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
 
  Today in Computer History April 15 1977
First West Coast Computer Faire Begins
 
  oldcomputers.net
Dedicated to the preservation and display of vintage computers
 
  Bar none, This is the most absolute weirdest toy you will see on the net today
Words fail me
 
  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 14 1995
Chinese Government Works to Purge Its Agencies of Illegal Software
 
  BitScope Micro for Raspberry Pi
An Oscilloscope, Logic Analyzer, Waveform Generator, Clock Generator and Spectrum Analyzer
 
  Today in Computer History April 13 1909
Mathematics Pioneer Ulam Is Born
 
  Today in Computer History April 12, 1981
HP-41 calculator used in space
 
  The World's Biggest Single Deposit of Lithium
Science packed BBC article about Lithuim mining and Lithium batteries.
 
  Today in Computer History April 11, 1936
German Computer Designer Zuse Files For Patent
 
  Computer History Museum
Learn about computer history’s game-changers & listen to computer pioneers tell their stories.
 
  Today in Computer History April 10 1943
"ENIAC" Project Underway
 
  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.
 
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.
 
  Vintage Computer Festival East 9.1
April 4-6, 2014, InfoAge Science Center, Wall, New Jersey
 
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
 
  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...
 
  Minnowboard Max by Circuitco
An open hardware, single-board computer that runs Linux and Android on a 64 bit Intel Atom processor.
 

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