Agosto 20, 2014
engineeringhistory:

Unidentified high school students learning how to use a PC, from the IEEE Computer Society film “Adventures of the Mind”, circa early 1980s.

engineeringhistory:

Unidentified high school students learning how to use a PC, from the IEEE Computer Society film “Adventures of the Mind”, circa early 1980s.

Agosto 18, 2014

(Fuente: adoxoblog.files.wordpress.com, vía virescent-phosphor)

Agosto 14, 2014

(Fuente: commacore, vía virescent-phosphor)

Agosto 14, 2014
dinosaurspen:

Remington Rand 409

dinosaurspen:

Remington Rand 409

Agosto 5, 2014
dinosaurspen:

Programmer, hardware engineer and attorney Mary Allen Wilkes, pictured here programming a LINC computer at her parents’ Baltimore residence.
While Wilkes spent a brief four years at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory, her contributions were immense: she played an instrumental role in the creation of LINC, the first viable small computer and progenitor of DEC’s PDP-8 line, programmed its operating system (the LINC Assembly Program or LAP) and developed the assembler-linker model used by modern compilers. In 1965, she designed and built a computer at home and is subsequently cited as the first owner of a “personal computer” by some computer history experts. 
[Further reading: x x]

dinosaurspen:

Programmer, hardware engineer and attorney Mary Allen Wilkes, pictured here programming a LINC computer at her parents’ Baltimore residence.

While Wilkes spent a brief four years at MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory, her contributions were immense: she played an instrumental role in the creation of LINC, the first viable small computer and progenitor of DEC’s PDP-8 line, programmed its operating system (the LINC Assembly Program or LAP) and developed the assembler-linker model used by modern compilers. In 1965, she designed and built a computer at home and is subsequently cited as the first owner of a “personal computer” by some computer history experts. 

[Further reading: x x]

(Fuente: n-1.cc, vía floppy-diskette)

Julio 29, 2014
humanoidhistory:

Woman operating an IBM 1620 data processing system, circa 1958.
(Calisphere)

humanoidhistory:

Woman operating an IBM 1620 data processing system, circa 1958.

(Calisphere)

(vía virescent-phosphor)

Julio 20, 2014
dinosaurspen:

Operator at UNIVAC II console.

dinosaurspen:

Operator at UNIVAC II console.

(Fuente: computerhistory.org, vía virescent-phosphor)

Julio 11, 2014
dinosaurspen:

Datasaab D22

dinosaurspen:

Datasaab D22

(Fuente: datasaab.se)

Julio 10, 2014
engineeringhistory:

Kathleen Booth with the ARC computer relay panel, 1948. Booth developed various components for the ARC and wrote the ARC assembly language, generally considered to be the first assembly language.

engineeringhistory:

Kathleen Booth with the ARC computer relay panel, 1948. Booth developed various components for the ARC and wrote the ARC assembly language, generally considered to be the first assembly language.

Junio 24, 2014

(Fuente: retrodust, vía virescent-phosphor)

Junio 23, 2014
dinosaurspen:

Programmers Lidy Zweers-De Ronde two unknown colleagues at the console of a Ferranti Mark I. Shell laboratory, Amsterdam, ca. 1952. 

dinosaurspen:

Programmers Lidy Zweers-De Ronde two unknown colleagues at the console of a Ferranti Mark I. Shell laboratory, Amsterdam, ca. 1952. 

(Fuente: onnoz.home.xs4all.nl, vía virescent-phosphor)

Junio 18, 2014
klappersacks:

electronic data processing system by extrabox on Flickr.

klappersacks:

electronic data processing system by extrabox on Flickr.

(vía virescent-phosphor)

Junio 14, 2014
dinosaurspen:

Woman playing early video game Spacewar! on a PDP-1 computer, AFIPS Fall Joint Computer Conference, 1964.

dinosaurspen:

Woman playing early video game Spacewar! on a PDP-1 computer, AFIPS Fall Joint Computer Conference, 1964.

(Fuente: computerhistory.org)

Mayo 30, 2014
blatantlyloquacious:

dinosaurspen:

comfortablism:

(via daysrunaway)

blatantlyloquacious:

dinosaurspen:

comfortablism:

(via daysrunaway)

Mayo 11, 2014
dinosaurspen:

IBM System/370

dinosaurspen:

IBM System/370

(Fuente: cs.kent.edu, vía virescent-phosphor)

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