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Career infographic & Advice Steve Jobs with an Apple II in the year the company went public. Image Description Steve Jobs with an Apple II in Apple Ii, Bill Gates Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, Alter Computer, Computer Class, Computer Science, Top 10 Colleges, 8 Bits, We Are The World

Steve Jobs: 10 Memorable Milestones of the Apple Co-Founder's Career

A Buddhist and vegetarian who once handed out bottles of carrot juice to trick-or-treaters, Jobs was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2004. He died Oct. 5 at the age of 56. Jobs and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak introduced the Apple II computer in 1977 and took their company public in 1980, an event that made Jobs a multimillionaire able to set his sights on conquering the entertainment industry. He succeeded by turning Pixar into what is arguably the most consistent film studio in…

Post from May Hewlett-Packard (HP) Fourier Analyzer one of the first calculator - computer in the world. A funny photographic poster done by Berkeley University students in Alter Computer, Computer Tips, Computer Science, Pc Photo, Rare Historical Photos, 8 Bits, Old Technology, Business Technology, Hewlett Packard

Hewlett-Packard HP-5451A 1972. Sexy girl standing next to a computer. It worked for motorcycles and muscle cars, soooo...

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“(´-`)っ【パソコンテレビ X1 昭和57年】 #お前らの昭和をばらせ”

This is the Xerox Alto displayed at the Fuji Xerox Building, Minato Mirai, Yokohama. The Xerox Alto was an early personal computer developed at Xerox PARC in It was the first computer to use the desktop metaphor and graphical user interface (GUI). Alter Computer, Build Your Own Computer, Computer Shop, Tech Sites, Old Technology, Old Tv, Desktop Computers, Computer Science, User Interface

Akasaka-mitsuke Morning Smoke Alley

The Alley in Tokyo I used to have my pre-work smoke every morning.

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Computing History on Twitter

“We scanned this from a computing magazine from 1970. You don't see adverts like this anymore!”

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Univac ... The corporate color of orange is prominent in this computer room photo, even to the color of her dress, and her shoes!

Computer Aided Design by means of a stylus operated touch screen You had to input numbers for the drawings and write a program in order to make blocks. Radios, Computer Technology, Computer Science, Case Mods, Alter Computer, Cad Computer, Pc Photo, Science Fiction Kunst, School Computers - retronaut Resources and Information. is your first and best source for all of the information you’re looking for. From general topics to more of what you would expect to find here, has it all. We hope you find what you are searching for!

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Computer History Museum

Telling Computers What to DoA computer is a versatile machine. It can do nearly anything—but does nothing until instructed by software.Creating the programs our civilization now depends on involves science, engineering, and craft. Software is a kind of literature, written for both computers and people to read. But it’s also a business: making, selling, and supporting it is a multi-billion dollar industry.

Telefunken RAT analog computer - 1959 - www. Business Technology, Computer Technology, Computer Science, Old Computers, Desktop Computers, Computer History Museum, Mechanical Calculator, Geek Gadgets, Ex Machina

Computer History Museum

Analog and Digital: Different Ways to Measure and Model the WorldOur world is a symphony of infinite variations. Long before digital computers existed, engineers built models to simulate those real world nuances. Analog computers continued this tradition, using mechanical motion or the flow of electricity to model problems and generate answers quickly. They remained the preferred tool until digital computers, based on electronic switches, became fast enough for software to do the same job.