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Michelle Higa, Motion Desiger  Mama was a computer programmer, Papa was a field engineer. This was our living room circa 1982.

Michelle Higa, Motion Desiger Mama was a computer programmer, Papa was a field engineer. This was our living room circa

Remington Rand Univac Computer (1950s).

Universal Automatic Computer (UNIVAC) – 1951 It was the first functional mass-produced business computer in history and opened the door to a larger commercial market.

ICL (International Computers Limited) 2970 (1974).

ICL (International Computers Limited) 2970 (1974).

1979 DEC PDP-10 and DECWriter II Terminal

Technostalgia: Remembering our first computers

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I actually did some programming using one of these beasts!

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An interesting photos of girls in mini-skirts behind the computers in the past

We had one if these, but must have been the upgrade as it had 2 floppy drives - Compaq II 286 Portable Computer.

Working Vintage Compaq II 286 Portable Computer Cadence Programmer

We had one if these, but must have been the upgrade as it had 2 floppy drives - Compaq II 286 Portable Computer.

Bankers Life and Casualty Company's first computer, the massive RCA 501, installed in 1960!

Bankers Life and Casualty Company's first computer, the RCA installed in

Sarah Haskell with her Atari 800 computer - Album on Imgur

Outdoor office so and so up to day ! Find all the accessories needed at Trijekosi vintage shop Etsy

IBM Portable PC.  I remember lugging this thing home on the train. It was about 30 lbs and was the size of a sewing machine!

Remember using this portable working at Flickinger's in Buffalo, NY.

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