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This colourful series of ten historic computers, created in close collaboration between INK and Docubyte, documents the beginning of our computing history.Featuring such famous machines as the IBM 1401 and Alan Turing’s Pilot ACE, Guide to Computing sho…

CDC 6600: Designed by the ‘father of supercomputing’ Seymour Cray and first used in the Cern laboratory in 1965. It was the fastest computer for many years, humiliating its IBM rivals. Photograph: docubyte/INK

CDC 6600: Designed by the ‘father of supercomputing’ Seymour Cray and first used in the Cern laboratory in 1965. It was the fastest computer for many years, humiliating its IBM rivals. Photograph: docubyte/INK

Commodore PET, 1977 | Webdesign | Construção de sites | SEO | Criação de sites | Portugal | Algarve | www.novaimagem.co.pt

Commodore PET, 1977 | Webdesign | Construção de sites | SEO | Criação de sites | Portugal | Algarve | www.novaimagem.co.pt

Beautiful photos of ten historic computers by London-based production studio INK and photography by James Ball, aka Docubyte.

Beautiful photos of ten historic computers by London-based production studio INK and photography by James Ball, aka Docubyte.

Una vecchia lavatrice abbandonata diventa il logo di Instagram nell'ultimo intervento di Biancoshock

Una vecchia lavatrice abbandonata diventa il logo di Instagram nell'ultimo intervento di Biancoshock

The Crystal Ship: “Ego Washer” by Biancoshock in Oostende, Belgium

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Čo všetko sa dá vyrobiť z káblových bubnov

Ever since NORAD’s Cheyenne Mountain underground facility became fully operational in 1966, it’s been America’s command and control center for the nuclear apocalypse. But photos from inside the top secret bunker, even historical ones, are incredibly rare. Yesterday the folks over at Memory Hole 2 helped make them a bit less rare by uploading some hard-to-find NORAD photos published in 1970.

Rare Photos From Inside NORAD Will Give You Retro-Armageddon Nostalgia

Ever since NORAD’s Cheyenne Mountain underground facility became fully operational in 1966, it’s been America’s command and control center for the nuclear apocalypse. But photos from inside the top secret bunker, even historical ones, are incredibly rare. Yesterday the folks over at Memory Hole 2 helped make them a bit less rare by uploading some hard-to-find NORAD photos published in 1970.

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