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View mlimaco's Instagram Apple I & Apple II
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View terrierbyteit's Instagram Evening all I'm back. So D.Y.K On October 18th 1931 Thomas Alva Edison Passed Away?

A lot happened on this day that Thomas Edison was responsible for. In 1878, Edison brought electricity into the home. 1879 Edison manufacturered the first incandescent light bulb, which was tested on October 22nd. Two major leaps in the technology ago. But it was on October 18, 1931, Edison died of complications to diabetes in New Jersey. His last breath was captured in a test tube, which is on display at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, MI. 

1958 - William Higinbotham and Robert Dvorak, Sr. showed off a tennis simulator game they called Tennis for Two. Developed on a Donner Model 30 analog computerusing an oscilloscope, it was the first known electronic game to use a graphical display. Higinbotham and Dvorak developed the game to show off to visitors to the Brookhaven National Laboratory where they worked. The game was only shown off twice, during the laboratory’s annual visitor’s day. While hundreds of visitors lined up to play the game when it was made available, little was known about the game for decades. While somewhat similar in gameplay to the later hit Pong, there is no known direct relationship between the games.

1985 - Nintendo released the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in New York and limited other North American markets. An immediate hit, Nintendo released the game nationwide in February 1986. Along with the NES, Nintendo released eighteen games that day, including: 10-Yard Fight, Baseball, Clu Clu Land, Donkey Kong Jr. Math, Duck Hunt, Excitebike, Golf, Gyromite, Hogan’s Alley, Ice Climber, Kung Fu, Mach Rider, Pinball, Stack-Up, Tennis, Wild Gunman, Wrecking Crew, and Super Mario Bros.

2012 - Newsweek Announced Transition to Online-Only Format.
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Evening all I'm back. So D.Y.K On October 18th 1931 Thomas Alva Edison Passed Away? A lot happened on this day that Thomas Edison was responsible for. In 1878, Edison brought electricity into the home. 1879 Edison manufacturered the first incandescent light bulb, which was tested on October 22nd. Two major leaps in the technology ago. But it was on October 18, 1931, Edison died of complications to diabetes in New Jersey. His last breath was captured in a test tube, which is on display at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, MI. 1958 - William Higinbotham and Robert Dvorak, Sr. showed off a tennis simulator game they called Tennis for Two. Developed on a Donner Model 30 analog computerusing an oscilloscope, it was the first known electronic game to use a graphical display. Higinbotham and Dvorak developed the game to show off to visitors to the Brookhaven National Laboratory where they worked. The game was only shown off twice, during the laboratory’s annual visitor’s day. While hundreds of visitors lined up to play the game when it was made available, little was known about the game for decades. While somewhat similar in gameplay to the later hit Pong, there is no known direct relationship between the games. 1985 - Nintendo released the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in New York and limited other North American markets. An immediate hit, Nintendo released the game nationwide in February 1986. Along with the NES, Nintendo released eighteen games that day, including: 10-Yard Fight, Baseball, Clu Clu Land, Donkey Kong Jr. Math, Duck Hunt, Excitebike, Golf, Gyromite, Hogan’s Alley, Ice Climber, Kung Fu, Mach Rider, Pinball, Stack-Up, Tennis, Wild Gunman, Wrecking Crew, and Super Mario Bros. 2012 - Newsweek Announced Transition to Online-Only Format. . . #terrierbyteit #computerhistory #history #computer #technology #retro #computerhistorymuseum #geek #computers #tech #vintage #techhistory #computerscience #technologyhistory #retrotech #trivia #informationtechnology #wifeidge #nerd #oldtechnology #oldschool #retrocomputing #computinghistory #retrocomputer #vintagecomputer #electronics #computermuseum #oldcomputer #internethistory #historyoftechnology

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View writeandsea's Instagram Here’s your subtle directive for today. #computermuseum #stem+c #sanjose 1627086268982445964_197695043

Here’s your subtle directive for today. #computermuseum #stem+c #sanjose

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View thegirlfrommanila's Instagram My favourite mouse pad amongst their horde! #hnf #mousepad #comic #deutschland2017 #paderborn #heinznixdorfmuseum #computermuseum 1625702439602901314_299048369

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View jedan_tallinn's Instagram Computer Museum evening. The podstakannik! =) Brightens up my hard existence.
Вечер Компьютерного музея. Подстаканник! =) Скрашивает моё непростое бытие.
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Computer Museum evening. The podstakannik! =) Brightens up my hard existence. Вечер Компьютерного музея. Подстаканник! =) Скрашивает моё непростое бытие. #life #evening #museum #computermuseum #solitude #lonely #alone #tea #lemon #sugar #russian #diskette #floppy #fdd #hardware #glass #retro

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View jedan_tallinn's Instagram Brown pen sketches - 16.10.2015, part 1
Let's begin watching something special (I consider these sketches special) - series of many pieces of my life sketched as quickly as possible. I noticed that image made with brown pen is more lively and real than black or blue. 
This one is made during a usual working day in our Computer museum.
Наброски коричневой ручкой - 16.10.2015, часть 1
Посмотрим кое-что особенное (я считаю эти наброски особенными) - серию крошечных набросков, штришков к моей жизни. Коричневая ручка использовалась случайно, но оказалось, что картинка получается живее, чем чёрной или синей ручкой. 
Этот рисунок - просто немного атмосферы обычного рабочего музейного дня.
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Brown pen sketches - 16.10.2015, part 1 Let's begin watching something special (I consider these sketches special) - series of many pieces of my life sketched as quickly as possible. I noticed that image made with brown pen is more lively and real than black or blue.  This one is made during a usual working day in our Computer museum. Наброски коричневой ручкой - 16.10.2015, часть 1 Посмотрим кое-что особенное (я считаю эти наброски особенными) - серию крошечных набросков, штришков к моей жизни. Коричневая ручка использовалась случайно, но оказалось, что картинка получается живее, чем чёрной или синей ручкой. Этот рисунок - просто немного атмосферы обычного рабочего музейного дня. #jedan_tallinn_art #computermuseum #drawing #pen #stilllife #littlethings #life #arvutimuuseum #sketch #atmospheric

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View terrierbyteit's Instagram Today is 11th October, Let's skip back in time to October 11, 1887 D.YK That on this day Dorr E. Felt was granted a patent for the Comptometer? 
He experimented with an adding device that he built in a "macaroni box." The Comptometer, an adder, displayed a single register of results. Subtraction was carried out by nines-complement arithmetic, and multiplication by repeated addition. The Comptometer was a commercial success for businesses, and "Comptometer schools" were established early in the 20th century to teach the efficient operation of this machine. On October 11th 1958 NASA launched Pioneer 1, the first spacecraft launched by the newly formed space agency. Originally intended to fly by the Moon, a launch malfunction due to a programming error caused Pioneer 1 to only attain a ballistic trajectory, which caused it to fall back to the Earth after 43 hours of flight. However, some useful scientific data was returned by the spacecraft. 
1979 – Visicalc is released by Dan Bricklin. The spreadsheet application is called the first killer app for personal computers. It turned the PC from a hobby to a business tool. Only downfall for Bricklin was he did not patent the system, therefore, clones like SuperCalc, Microsoft’s MultiPlan and Lotus 1-2-3, would show up. 
Thursday 11th October 1979 TerrierByteIT CEO Peter Downton was born in Dorchester Dorset, He went to live at home in the village of Maiden Newton. In 1985 after a short fight with cancer he lost his father at the early age of only 5. A year later he had his surname changed by deed poll to that of his now stepfather Jefferies. After a further 18 years through a troubled childhood his mother then passed away. During the previous 18 years he gained several qualifications in the computer field. After meeting his 2nd wife he started TerrierByteIT from a spare room in his home in Sparkford in 2009. From there the rest is history. He is happily married to Sara Downton (#Wifeidge) with their 6 awesome children. 
#TerrierByteIT #computerhistory #books #retrogaming #programming #internet #it #thisdayinhistory #software #oldtech #computing #historyoftechnology #oldcomputer #computermuseum #computinghistory 1623492706663082045_1543201230

Today is 11th October, Let's skip back in time to October 11, 1887 D.YK That on this day Dorr E. Felt was granted a patent for the Comptometer? He experimented with an adding device that he built in a "macaroni box." The Comptometer, an adder, displayed a single register of results. Subtraction was carried out by nines-complement arithmetic, and multiplication by repeated addition. The Comptometer was a commercial success for businesses, and "Comptometer schools" were established early in the 20th century to teach the efficient operation of this machine. On October 11th 1958 NASA launched Pioneer 1, the first spacecraft launched by the newly formed space agency. Originally intended to fly by the Moon, a launch malfunction due to a programming error caused Pioneer 1 to only attain a ballistic trajectory, which caused it to fall back to the Earth after 43 hours of flight. However, some useful scientific data was returned by the spacecraft. 1979 – Visicalc is released by Dan Bricklin. The spreadsheet application is called the first killer app for personal computers. It turned the PC from a hobby to a business tool. Only downfall for Bricklin was he did not patent the system, therefore, clones like SuperCalc, Microsoft’s MultiPlan and Lotus 1-2-3, would show up. Thursday 11th October 1979 TerrierByteIT CEO Peter Downton was born in Dorchester Dorset, He went to live at home in the village of Maiden Newton. In 1985 after a short fight with cancer he lost his father at the early age of only 5. A year later he had his surname changed by deed poll to that of his now stepfather Jefferies. After a further 18 years through a troubled childhood his mother then passed away. During the previous 18 years he gained several qualifications in the computer field. After meeting his 2nd wife he started TerrierByteIT from a spare room in his home in Sparkford in 2009. From there the rest is history. He is happily married to Sara Downton ( #Wifeidge) with their 6 awesome children. #terrierbyteit #computerhistory #books #retrogaming #programming #internet #it #thisdayinhistory #software #oldtech #computing #historyoftechnology #oldcomputer #computermuseum #computinghistory

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View geruweb's Instagram Mit was wir früher so gespielt haben... #ocm #computermuseumoldenburg #computermuseum #oldenburg #ballerspiele #vintage #egoshooter 1623282334014833487_250907006

Mit was wir früher so gespielt haben... #ocm #computermuseumoldenburg #computermuseum #oldenburg #ballerspiele #vintage #egoshooter

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View terrierbyteit's Instagram Evening all it's time to ask our daily question again
D.Y.K 37 Years ago today the 10th October 1980 Pac-Man Fever Began?? Midway released the video game Pac-Man to arcades in North America. While the Japanese release under the name “Puck-Man” occurred in May of that year, the game’s popularity didn’t take off until being released in the United States. Pac-Man become the first true mega-hit video game in history, sparking “Pac-Man Fever” and catapulting the video game industry into mainstream culture.

October 10, 1995

A Day in the Life of Cyberspace was Published,

The Media Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology chronicled the World Wide Web in its A Day in the Life of Cyberspace project. 
To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the Media Lab invited submissions for the days leading up to October 10, 1995, on a variety of issues related to technology and the Internet, 
including privacy, expression, age, wealth, faith, body, place, languages, and the environment. 
On October 10, a team at MIT collected, edited, and published the contributions to "create a mosaic of life at the dawn of the digital revolution that is transforming our planet." That's it guys an gals short but sweet but sometimes great things come in smaller packages or so they say  have a great evening everyone.

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Evening all it's time to ask our daily question again D.Y.K 37 Years ago today the 10th October 1980 Pac-Man Fever Began?? Midway released the video game Pac-Man to arcades in North America. While the Japanese release under the name “Puck-Man” occurred in May of that year, the game’s popularity didn’t take off until being released in the United States. Pac-Man become the first true mega-hit video game in history, sparking “Pac-Man Fever” and catapulting the video game industry into mainstream culture. October 10, 1995 A Day in the Life of Cyberspace was Published, The Media Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology chronicled the World Wide Web in its A Day in the Life of Cyberspace project. To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the Media Lab invited submissions for the days leading up to October 10, 1995, on a variety of issues related to technology and the Internet, including privacy, expression, age, wealth, faith, body, place, languages, and the environment. On October 10, a team at MIT collected, edited, and published the contributions to "create a mosaic of life at the dawn of the digital revolution that is transforming our planet." That's it guys an gals short but sweet but sometimes great things come in smaller packages or so they say have a great evening everyone. #terrierbyteit #wifeidge #computerhistory #books #retrogaming #programming #internet #it #thisdayinhistory #software #oldtech #computing #historyoftechnology #oldcomputer #computermuseum #computinghistory #retrocomputing #oldschool #trivia #retrotech #techhistory #tech #retro #history #computer #technology #computers #vintage #technologyhistory #oldtechnology

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View abdallaeemam's Instagram Was awesome to see the transition and change through the years in computer and information! We’ve come so far but still no limit to go even farther  #computermuseum #mountainview #informationage #informationtechnology 1621960347181210981_4681765674

Was awesome to see the transition and change through the years in computer and information! We’ve come so far but still no limit to go even farther #computermuseum #mountainview #informationage #informationtechnology

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View terrierbyteit's Instagram Evening everyone, We have been experiencing a few teething problems for our second eldedst in her transition from the world of primary school to the life at Secondary school. The massive leap to using all her new tech gadgets has been very overwhelming she has all this power in her hands an had yet to learn how to use it sensibly  So a quick visit on the cards to school office in morning to help pave the way. Anyway enough of my warbling an onto why you are all here it's D.Y.K TIME... So we are on the 4th October 2017 let's have a look 
October 4, 1903 D.Y.K Computer Pioneer John Vincent Atanasoff Was Born?

John Vincent Atanasoff was born in Hamilton, New York. As a math and physics professor at Iowa State University in the 1930s, he developed the idea for a calculating machine that would use binary arithmetic and electronic switching devices. 
He recruited a doctoral student, Clifford Berry, and together they built the Atanasoff-Berry Computer. The two innovators were only recognized much later for their work, which preceded John Mauchly’s better-publicized construction of the ENIAC. Atanasoff died on June 15, 1995.

Now it's time to take a look at the space age as we arrive at October 4th 1957 When The Very first man-made satellite to orbit the Earth, Sputnik 1, was launched from Baikonur in Kazakhstan, marking what is now considered the beginning of the Space Age. 
Surprising the world with its successful launch, Sputnik triggered the Space Race between the Soviet Union and United States ushering in an era of rapid advancement in the field of space exploration. After 3 months in orbit, Sputnik reentered the Earth’s atmosphere and burned up on January 4, 1958.

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Evening everyone, We have been experiencing a few teething problems for our second eldedst in her transition from the world of primary school to the life at Secondary school. The massive leap to using all her new tech gadgets has been very overwhelming she has all this power in her hands an had yet to learn how to use it sensibly So a quick visit on the cards to school office in morning to help pave the way. Anyway enough of my warbling an onto why you are all here it's D.Y.K TIME... So we are on the 4th October 2017 let's have a look October 4, 1903 D.Y.K Computer Pioneer John Vincent Atanasoff Was Born? John Vincent Atanasoff was born in Hamilton, New York. As a math and physics professor at Iowa State University in the 1930s, he developed the idea for a calculating machine that would use binary arithmetic and electronic switching devices. He recruited a doctoral student, Clifford Berry, and together they built the Atanasoff-Berry Computer. The two innovators were only recognized much later for their work, which preceded John Mauchly’s better-publicized construction of the ENIAC. Atanasoff died on June 15, 1995. Now it's time to take a look at the space age as we arrive at October 4th 1957 When The Very first man-made satellite to orbit the Earth, Sputnik 1, was launched from Baikonur in Kazakhstan, marking what is now considered the beginning of the Space Age. Surprising the world with its successful launch, Sputnik triggered the Space Race between the Soviet Union and United States ushering in an era of rapid advancement in the field of space exploration. After 3 months in orbit, Sputnik reentered the Earth’s atmosphere and burned up on January 4, 1958. #terrierbyteit #wifeidge #computerhistory #history #computer #technology #computerhistorymuseum #retro #geek #tech #vintage #computerscience #techhistory #technologyhistory #informationtechnology #trivia #retrotech #oldtechnology #nerd #retrocomputing #oldschool #computinghistory #vintagecomputer #comeingeekout #computermuseum #electronics #internethistory #innovation #historyoftechnology #oldtech

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View terrierbyteit's Instagram Hiya folks D.Y.K That 2nd October 1955
ENIAC was retired?

On 2 October 1955 at 23.45 the power finally shut off, the ENIAC retired. It’s estimated to have done more arithmetic than the entire human race has done prior to 1945. Parts of the machine are exibited at the Smithsonian (Washington USA) and a few other locations in the USA.

WHAT WAS INSIDE THE ENIAC? The ENIAC was a complex and elaborate piece of technology for the time. It contained 17,468 vacuum tubes along with 70,000 resistors, 10,000 capacitors, 1,500 relays, 6,000 manual switches and 5 million soldered joints. Its dimensions covered 1,800 square feet (167 square meters) of floor space, weighed 30 tons and running it consumed 160 kilowatts of electrical power. There was even a rumor that once turned on the machine caused the city of Philadelphia to experience brownouts. However, the rumor was first reported incorrectly by the Philadelphia Bulletin in 1946 and since then has been regarded as an urban myth.

In just one second, the ENIAC (one thousand times faster than any other calculating machine to date) could perform 5,000 additions, 357 multiplications or 38 divisions. The use of vacuum tubes instead of switches and relays resulted in the increase in speed, but it was not a quick machine to re-program. Programming changes would take the technicians weeks and the machine always required long hours of maintenance. As a side note, research on the ENIAC led to many improvements in the vacuum tube.

1979 - Ex-Atari Employees Started Activision Activision was founded by four ex-Atari, Inc. game designers: David Crane, Larry Kaplan, Alan Miller and Bob Whitehead. They teamed up with Jim Levy to produce game cartridges for the Atari 2600 game system.  This, in fact, was the first company that developed game cartridges only. The company started with an investment of $700,000.

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Hiya folks D.Y.K That 2nd October 1955 ENIAC was retired? On 2 October 1955 at 23.45 the power finally shut off, the ENIAC retired. It’s estimated to have done more arithmetic than the entire human race has done prior to 1945. Parts of the machine are exibited at the Smithsonian (Washington USA) and a few other locations in the USA. WHAT WAS INSIDE THE ENIAC? The ENIAC was a complex and elaborate piece of technology for the time. It contained 17,468 vacuum tubes along with 70,000 resistors, 10,000 capacitors, 1,500 relays, 6,000 manual switches and 5 million soldered joints. Its dimensions covered 1,800 square feet (167 square meters) of floor space, weighed 30 tons and running it consumed 160 kilowatts of electrical power. There was even a rumor that once turned on the machine caused the city of Philadelphia to experience brownouts. However, the rumor was first reported incorrectly by the Philadelphia Bulletin in 1946 and since then has been regarded as an urban myth. In just one second, the ENIAC (one thousand times faster than any other calculating machine to date) could perform 5,000 additions, 357 multiplications or 38 divisions. The use of vacuum tubes instead of switches and relays resulted in the increase in speed, but it was not a quick machine to re-program. Programming changes would take the technicians weeks and the machine always required long hours of maintenance. As a side note, research on the ENIAC led to many improvements in the vacuum tube. 1979 - Ex-Atari Employees Started Activision Activision was founded by four ex-Atari, Inc. game designers: David Crane, Larry Kaplan, Alan Miller and Bob Whitehead. They teamed up with Jim Levy to produce game cartridges for the Atari 2600 game system.  This, in fact, was the first company that developed game cartridges only. The company started with an investment of $700,000. #terrierbyteit #eniac #computerhistory #computer #history #technology #retro #geek #computers #tech #vintage #techhistory #technologyhistory #informationtechnology #trivia #retrotech #nerd #museum #oldtechnology #retrocomputer #oldschool #comeingeekout #oldcomputer #vintagecomputer #electronics #computermuseum #internethistory

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View seltsamephase's Instagram erfolgreich vor dem Sperrmüll bewahrt  #superman #gaming #nineties #computermuseum #edutec #handheld #videogame 1615177803598461374_1360811276

erfolgreich vor dem Sperrmüll bewahrt #superman #gaming #nineties #computermuseum #edutec #handheld #videogame

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View lookingforgeeks's Instagram The first computer I used was a VIC 20 computer. Omg. This computer museaum  rocks. #computerscienc #computermuseum #livingcomputers #GeekGirlCon #GeekGirlCon2017 #vic20 #vic20computer 1615090714696292579_5963230940

The first computer I used was a VIC 20 computer. Omg. This computer museaum rocks. #computerscienc #computermuseum #livingcomputers #geekgirlcon #geekgirlcon2017 #vic20 #vic20computer

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Freddy Anzures, Apple Designer

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if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere

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