Histories


Topic Replies Activity
About the Histories category 2 May 20, 2019
What is an Operating System? A historical investigation (1954–1964) 6 December 7, 2019
The Early History of Usenet - in 11 parts 3 December 6, 2019
Explore Magic Cap, a smartphone OS from 1995 2 December 5, 2019
Thread by @Foone: "OK SO let's say it's 1962 and you're lucky enough to be a programmer working somewhere that has an IBM 7090." 4 December 4, 2019
Unix vs Multics 7 December 4, 2019
Unix Tell All Book From Kernighan Hits The Shelves 9 December 2, 2019
Autodesk, in its own words - a document trove 1 November 17, 2019
Digital's Ken Olsen, in his own words 1 November 17, 2019
On the 1980s home computing boom 7 November 10, 2019
History Problem with a Friend 46 November 9, 2019
Anno 1982. We buy a IBM PC, oops, a high frequency device 2 November 7, 2019
Programming in 1969 - An interview with a pioneer 7 November 6, 2019
50 years ago today, the internet was born in Room 3420 4 November 6, 2019
Moscow retrocomputer club at Teksteili, and the Yandex Museum/Store 13 November 4, 2019
Pi and more at The National Museum of Computing 3 October 27, 2019
Hey, Hey, 16K Music Video 3 October 26, 2019
Lenin Museum opened 1987 still uses Apple II 4 October 18, 2019
My talk on Cray-3 @ Vintage Computing Festival Berliln 2019 2 October 17, 2019
"The first video game" - a retrotastic video lecture 2 October 13, 2019
Apple's Software Dispatch (and similar pre-App Store distribution CDs) 3 October 12, 2019
Tracing B3-21 with VEF-202 5 October 12, 2019
Ken visits the Large Scale Systems Museum 1 October 11, 2019
BBSs and the People Who Ran/Called Them 23 October 9, 2019
Another computer history site with lots of breadth 2 October 2, 2019
A 2012 visit to the Science Museum - computer history highlights 1 September 24, 2019
Buying a PC in 1995 14 September 19, 2019
William Kahan on the design of the 8087 FPU 1 September 15, 2019
Some historical computers remade on open source FPGAs 1 September 10, 2019
Ohio Challenger 2P and first encounters with COMPUTE! magazine (Ars Technica) 1 September 4, 2019