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Redundant Technology Initiative details
Finding new ways to be creative with old technology, and exhibiting the results.
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Software History Center details
Dedicated to preserving the history of the software industry and the stories of its creative entrepreneurs and software developers.
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The Apple Online Museum details
Dedicated to the historical background of Apple Computer, Inc. Reviews and specifications of all Apple products.
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The History of Computing Project details
Offers a detailed timeline on the history of computer. Sections include hardware, software, pioneers and references.
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The Machine Room details
Technical specifications, descriptions, trivia, and pictures of so-called obsolete computers from a variety of manufacturers, as well as links to more information.
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The Obsolete Technology details
Pictures, documents, and advertisements of classic computers.
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The Unix Heritage Society details
Built to foster the 'the preservation and maintenance of historical and non-mainstream UNIX systems.' Mailing list and archives. Includes early Unix source code, from 1973 through the 1990s.
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Triumph of the Nerds details
Bios, an interactive game, and a Q&A forum trace the birth of the personal computer.
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Udanax details
Xanadu secrets become Udanax open-source, available for download in two systems, Udanax Green.
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Vintage Computer Festival details
Annual Silicon Valley event celebrating their computer heritage.
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