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Bell Labs in the 1960's (29 pics)

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One day in the 60's a Bell Labs employee Lawrence Luckham brought a camera to work. Here are the photos he made that day.

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№1 Author: Patty (28 Dec 2010 02:21) Total user comments: 1766


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Looks exciting....
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№2 Author: camelwide (28 Dec 2010 02:54) Total user comments: 414


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№3 Author: Grunt Callahan (28 Dec 2010 03:13) Total user comments: 2132


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The Wolverine worked at Bell Labs.
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№4 Author: joffenbaker (28 Dec 2010 04:15) Total user comments: 4956


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That was pretty much "state of the art" back then. and it worked, ( except those fucked-up sideburns) 07
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№5 Author: amerJD (28 Dec 2010 04:43) Total user comments: 1400


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№6 Author: miscellaneous (28 Dec 2010 05:26) Total user comments: 4179


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who would'ev thunk that all that disc driv would have ended up on a pen point in Arkansas
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№7 Author: thesoulshaker (28 Dec 2010 11:45) Total user comments: 1384


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№8 Author: 2fuzzy (28 Dec 2010 15:17) Total user comments: 10400


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Bell labs was one of the few at the forefront of technology back then.
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№9 Author: compmaster (28 Dec 2010 15:41) Total user comments: 1871


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№10 Author: mahedi (28 Dec 2010 17:56) Total user comments: 10770


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№11 Author: Lu (28 Dec 2010 17:59) Total user comments: 14950


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We came a long way - if you see it as 'long'.
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№12 Author: adzhoe (28 Dec 2010 19:15) Total user comments: 14959


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old magnetic tape storage, wow.
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№13 Author: Jimmy Johnson (29 Dec 2010 00:48) Total user comments: 5518


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Pictures look like the sets from the original Star Trek series.
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№14 Author: pedro carlos (29 Dec 2010 02:53) Total user comments: 856


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Yeah it looks like star trek
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№15 Author: mortex (29 Dec 2010 20:28) Total user comments: 740


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It looks very clean 06
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№16 Author: Ty Webb (4 Jan 2011 21:49) Total user comments: 6156


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all that power back then won't even work my entertainment system or my phone. all of those steps ....having to type so exact and every little detail had to be done perfectly or you have to start over everytime no matter what program you were running. to me technology advancement made things SO much user friendly/easy.
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№17 Author: raymond.wendt (8 Jan 2011 13:24) Total user comments: 9111


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yeah, those sideburns blew my mind too, but what about the size of that phone cord?
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№18 Author: Jinxaruny (12 Jan 2011 13:32) Total user comments: 10324


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№19 Author: mzycoolguy (13 Feb 2012 17:06) Total user comments: 489


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Holy Shit is that Wolverine ???

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