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Digital storage basics, Part 4: SSD explained via @CNET

Digital storage basics, Part 4: SSD explained

Digital storage basics, Part 4: SSD explained via @CNET

Mission Control, 1961

“NASA Mission Control Center, 1961 / Alan Shepard waits to become the first American in space, 1961 ”

Apple I, 1976.  While I never had one of these, I saw my first II+ in a classroom in 1980, and soon after acquired a IIe at home. For college? IIGS with color screen and color printer. Apple was THE education computer.

Steve Jobs’ Greatest Achievements

Worlds collide as Super Mario Bros and Portal become Mari0 (video)

Worlds collide as Super Mario Bros and Portal become Mari0 (video)

Pencil Printer

changes ink powder to pencil powder. Pencil printer, an awesome invention and neat for writers who want to save trees while editing their work :) :)

Tricking out my iPhone with 8x optical zoom lens and a directional boom mic :)

Tricking out my iPhone with optical zoom lens and a directional boom mic :)

iPad case with built in keyboard

iPad Case with Built-in Keyboard

iPad Case with Built-in Keyboard. Discover this iPad Case with built-in keyboard (perfect for travel!) by Solid Line, curated by Serko Artinian.

Richard Sapper / ThinkPad 701 (1996).

IBM ThinkPad 701 by Richard Sapper, This version of the ThinkPad features a foldable keyboard, allowing for the use of a standard size keyboard on a more compact laptop body.

Richard Sapper, Leapfrog computer for IBM

Richard Sapper - Leapfrog - 1992 Leapfrog 1992 Tablet computer (prototype) IBM With Sam Lucente Prize Compasso d'Oro 1994

Create iOS, Android and Flash Games with Stencyl

Stencyl - Create iOS, Android, Desktop and Flash Games without code

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