Seventh Edition Unix, also called Version 7 Unix, Version 7 or just V7, was an important early release of the Unix operating system. V7, released in 1979, was the last Bell Laboratories release to see widespread distribution before the... MORE
People have been using mechanical devices to aid calculation for thousands of years. For example, the abacus probably existed in Babylonia (present-day Iraq) about 3000 B.C.E. The ancient Greeks developed some very sophisticated analog... MORE
Videotopia's homepage provides a brief description of Videotopia's purpose, and a link for accessing information on the exhibit's components (entitled "Control Panel"). The Control Panel page features links to: 1) an "Introduction" to the exhibit,... MORE
Vinagre is a VNC client for the GNOME desktop environment. It was included in GNOME 2.22. It has several features, like the ability to connect to multiple servers simultaneously and switch between them by tabs, VNC servers browsing and bookmarking.... MORE
A celebration of old calculators showing the evolution from mechanical calculator to pocket electronic calculator
Mechanical & early electronic desk calculators.
Strange hand-held calculators.
Articles, photographs, and... MORE
This web site is dedicated to collecting, restoring and simply playing with old (A.K.A. vintage, classic, antique, outdated or just plain junk) computers. Like many in the computer age, I cut my teeth on computer systems that represent the dawn of... MORE
The website provides links 1) to information on a 2003 conference on the History of Nordic Computing (HiNC 1), 2) a Computing History quiz, 3) an Introduction to website, 4) a short list of Computing History conferences and meetings implemented in... MORE