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My Professor Brought In A 10 Mb Hard Disk From The 1960's Alter Computer, High School History Teacher, Super Pictures, Old Teacher, Writing Memes, Computer History, Old Computers, Disco Duro, Vintage Electronics

50 Times When Students Realized They Have Absolutely Awesome Teachers (New Pics)

Teachers don’t have to be stuffy, boring, and angry — they can be the most awesome and hilarious authority figures in your life. Those people are educators who go above and beyond the call of duty, using humor and shock to help their students learn about life.

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Cindy Lancaster
Karen Leadlay working on computers in the space division of General Dynamics, 1964 -13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CCLXXVIII) Alter Computer, Space Division, Teddy Girl, Computer History, General Dynamics, Old Technology, Computer Lab, Air And Space Museum, Control Panels

13 Things I Found on the Internet Today (Vol. CCLXXVIII)

1. "University L", somewhere in Belgium Captured by this urban explorer, with an excellent Flickr account of urban decay. 2. Karen Leadlay working on computers in the space division of General Dynamics, 1964 “Note to self: Invent printed circuits.” Via Straker's World. 3.

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Maggie Wilds/denisebrain
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12-minute Mandelbrot: fractals on a 50 year old IBM 1401 mainframe

When I found out that the Computer History Museum has a working IBM 1401 computer[1], I wondered if it could generate the Mandelbrot fractal. I wrote a fractal program in assembly language and the computer chugged away for 12 minutes to create the Mandelbrot image on its line printer. In the process I learned a bunch of interesting things about the IBM 1401, which I discuss in this article. The IBM 1401 mainframe computer (left) at the Computer History Museum printing the Mandelbrot fractal…

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Pascal Chanel