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IT Photos of the Past (30 pics + 1 gif)

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№1 Author: Kendaleros (3 Nov 2011 02:06) Total user comments: 369


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Interlud 29 07
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№2 Author: miscellaneous (3 Nov 2011 02:51) Total user comments: 4179


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my first computer was a Timex/Sinclair 1000 .... you had to manually program games and store them on a cassette recorder in order to play them.
it only had 16mb of ram

some of these brought back memories ... 01
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№3 Author: MathIsHard (3 Nov 2011 03:22) Total user comments: 1404


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Apple circa London 1967, would be Apple Records (a la the Beetles)
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№4 Author: asep.gelo (3 Nov 2011 06:02) Total user comments: 146


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that's the time when 1MB can be worth.
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№5 Author: galacticbastard (3 Nov 2011 06:25) Total user comments: 12


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lol dang, a Commodore tape deck! That takes me back. C64 was my first computer. As a matter of fact, i started loading Beach Head off of that tape deck back in 1984 and I'm still waiting...
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№6 Author: taransh (3 Nov 2011 06:57) Total user comments: 128


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№7 Author: thesoulshaker (3 Nov 2011 08:48) Total user comments: 1384


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№8 Author: Scoobs (3 Nov 2011 09:12) Total user comments: 1653


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Vic 20, ZX Spectrum 79, BBC Micro :D
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№9 Author: deepacidcow (3 Nov 2011 09:23) Total user comments: 1283


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№10 Author: moijk (3 Nov 2011 10:26) Total user comments: 20


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miscellaneous, The Timex/Sinclair 1000 didn't have 16MB of ram. it had 2kB. That is 1/8192 of the 16MB you stated.

Started with vic 20 and then c64, amiga, pc etc. Now I have a collection of oldies.
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№11 Author: plaidpancake (3 Nov 2011 11:18) Total user comments: 2475


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wow i'm to young to know any of this shit
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№12 Author: Jinxaruny (3 Nov 2011 11:41) Total user comments: 10324


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№13 Author: mashie5 (3 Nov 2011 11:53) Total user comments: 1357


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my first computer was a custom build 386 with 8MB of RAM.
miss the sound of a loading 5 1/2"
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№14 Author: Píixan (3 Nov 2011 12:28) Total user comments: 1014


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In some years the kids will be laughing at iPads 07 07

BTW that black & white photo of Steve Jobs looks like Ashton Kutcher.
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№15 Author: fairmania (3 Nov 2011 13:23) Total user comments: 1436


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I worked for an Apple dealer when the Apple IIe was the big noise. It put me off computers for years afterward. Poor Adam......

Strange to see Henry Rollins in that Powerbook advert. Liking the happy look on the Windows 95 upgrade buyers face. Oh the crush of reality when he got it home. I must give it a go again sometime, as I still have a disk around here somewhere.

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№16 Author: salsapopo (3 Nov 2011 13:42) Total user comments: 12723


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woooow Rip steve jobs
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№17 Author: Nsibai (3 Nov 2011 13:57) Total user comments: 5694


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№18 Author: mee (3 Nov 2011 15:54) Total user comments: 374


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That netscape 2.0 splash screen really brought back memories. 03
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№19 Author: mahedi (3 Nov 2011 17:02) Total user comments: 10772


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OLD is GOLD
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№20 Author: sergiofx (3 Nov 2011 22:41) Total user comments: 719


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I still cannot believe how much I used to fit on my floppy disk!!! 09 I used to have pictures text files and even some games on ONE disk!! That bitch was 1MB!!! how is that possible?
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№21 Author: miscellaneous (4 Nov 2011 00:53) Total user comments: 4179


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moijk, I stand corrected, however my little sinclair had a memory pack add on
which gave me 16kb, not 16mb as I had stated earlier
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№22 Author: Louie (4 Nov 2011 08:02) Total user comments: 8189


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№23 Author: HarryPudding (5 Nov 2011 09:34) Total user comments: 984


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№24 Author: micliapu (5 Nov 2011 17:18) Total user comments: 2977


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№25 Author: raymond.wendt (30 Nov 2011 08:37) Total user comments: 9115


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yeah, i remember many of those things. all during my time. sadly.... 11
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