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30 years in Apple products: the good, the bad, and the ugly

This Programmable 6,000 Part Drawing Boy Automata is Arguably the First Computer and It Was Built 240 Years Ago history automata

Distant ancestor to the modern programmable computer, the Writer, built in the by renowned Swiss watch maker Pierre Jaquet-Droz. It has 6000 parts and is self-operating, programmable machine capable of writing letters and words with a quill pen

Retro Technology LEGO Kits by Chris McVeigh

Things you recognize from your childhood made out of things you also recognize from your childhood. Retro Technology LEGO Kits by Chris McVeigh

Ringing Endorsement Phone Handset | Mod Retro Vintage Electronics | ModCloth.com

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Retro Technology LEGO Kits by Chris McVeigh

Powerpig now creates a Lego version of the original Mac from Apple. Every Apple fanboy should appreciate such fine Lego art.

Retro Technology LEGO Kits by Chris McVeigh

LEGO Polaroid Camera - A LEGO Mini Camera building kit custom designed by Chris McVeigh. 99 pieces, shipped in a sturdy cardboard box.

Retro Technology LEGO Kits by Chris McVeigh

Retro Technology LEGO Kits by Chris McVeigh. From Colossal: Jack-of-all-trades artist and designer Chris McVeigh creates these awesome minimalist Lego models of outmoded technology including TVs, v…

Retro Technology LEGO Kits by Chris McVeigh

Retro Technology LEGO Kits by Chris McVeigh. From Colossal: Jack-of-all-trades artist and designer Chris McVeigh creates these awesome minimalist Lego models of outmoded technology including TVs, v…

Retro Technology LEGO Kits by Chris McVeigh

Retro Technology LEGO Kits by Chris McVeigh toys Lego - Television

Feb 1944. Colossus Mark I. Electronic Valve based computing system, programmable using a patch panel. Built in secret during WWII at Bletchley Park for decoding messages whose contribution was unknown at the time.

dinosaurspen: Cryptographers Dorothy Du Boisson & Elsie Booker operating the codebreaking computer Colossus Mk. Bletchley Park, England, ca.

This 16th Century Book Can Be Read Six Different Ways history books

This small book century book from the National Library of Sweden is an example of sixfold dos-à-dos binding, where six books are conjoined into a single publication but can be read individually with the help of six perfectly placed clasps.

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