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  • BESM-6 Nostalgia Page - Information about the late Soviet mainframe computer BESM-6, the last original was dismantled in 1995.
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  • Blinkenlights Archaeological Institute - The Institute was established in 1997 to excavate, preserve, research, and present interesting and historically significant computing devices.
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  • The Burroughs B-205 Computer - A mixture of science fiction and fact concerning the B205.
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  • Charles Babbage Institute - CBI is a research center dedicated to promoting the study of the history of computing and its impact on society, and preserving relevant documentation.
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  • The Computer Closet - Rescues classic microcomputers and video games from the junk heap.
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  • Enigma Replica - Shows all processes involved Building a replica of the German M4 Naval Enigma.
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  • ICL 1900 Series Computers - Information about the ICL 1900 series mainframes from the 1970s, both hardware and software. The George (1S, 2, 3 and 4) series operating systems, Minimop and Maximop. Programming languages and other information.
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  • John Elliott - Dedicated to computers and/or operating systems which some might describe as obsolete.
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  • Mechanical Aids to Calculation - History on the first automatic totalizer by Sir George Julius, mechanical aids to calculation - extracts of a paper presented to the Institution of Engineers Australia in 1920.
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  • The Oldskool PC Shrines - Honoring personal computing in the 1980s.
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  • PC - History - Devoted to the history of the PC, covers all types of personal computers from 1970 to present.
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  • Retro Computer Gallery - Collection of pictures of old computers, consoles, handhelds and magazines.
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  • The SWTPC Computer Documentation Repository - Documentation for the SWTPC computer line.
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  • Video Genie System - A personal tribute to an early model PC.
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