|In Search of Stupidity
Delightful and deceptively useful chronicle of what went wrong in the high-tech industry.
Classic Computer Magazine Archive
Remember Hi-Rez, Antic, STart, Creative Computing and Compute! Magazines? Neither do I. But the old Atari hackers will. Here are the complete archives of all these publications from the Atari's golden years.
ADAM Family Computer System
ADAM Family Computer System is dedicated to the Coleco ADAM Computer, ColecoVision and all the
great games and programs that were released for it during the 1980s and beyond.
This document is an ever growing collection of memorabilia, contemporary documents, and anecdotes recounting the history of UNIVAC 1100 series mainframes.
Birthplace of the Electronic Digital Computer
Atanasoff-Berry computer was the first digital computer. It was built by John Vincent Atanasoff and Clifford Berry at Iowa State University during 1937-42. This is the site of the Department of Computer Science at Iowa State University.
The Atari Museum
Images, information, and personal stories on all items produced by Atari plus news and links for people interested in learning more about a company that helped to pioneer the personal computer, game machine, and home electronics revolution.
Personal website for Steve - the Woz - Wozniak. Steve was co-founder of Apple Computer and plays a mean gameboy.
The personal web site of the cocreator of VisiCalc. Very interesting reading on the early days of the software industry. He also gives insight on other issues.
Included are the Hall of Fame, a collection of pictures, advertisements, and archive files. Download and install old versions of Turbo Pascal and Turbo C.
Xanadu was envisioned as a global, high-power hypertext publishing system, and was the inspiration for today's World Wide Web.
Alan Cooper: Father of VB
Original inventor of Visual Basic's visual programming interface. He sold it to Bill Gates. Alan has written an excellent book about Software design.
Vintage Computer Festival
Looking for an event or info about your old Radio Shack TSR-80, Sinclair, Morrow, Heathkit computer? This site is home to the Vintage Computer Festival and lists links to those and others.
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