Alan J. Flavell
A physics professor tells about some of the early computers he worked with.
The Apollo Guidance Computer Project
The Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC) was developed to provide reliable real-time control for the Apollo spacecraft that carried US astronauts to the moon, 1969-1972. This site is devoted to documenting the machines, people and institutions that made this possible.
BESM-6 Nostalgia Page
Information about the late Soviet mainframe computer BESM-6, the last original was dismantled in 1995.
Blinkenlights Archaeological Institute
The Institute was established in 1997 to excavate, preserve, research, and present interesting and historically significant computing devices.
Block I Apollo Guidance Computer Replica
Full details of a successful project to build a working reproduction of the 1964 prototype for the Block I Apollo Guidance Computer.
The Burroughs B-205 Computer
A mixture of science fiction and fact concerning the B205.
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.
Classic 8-Bit Computers
Documentation and technical information for 8-bit home computer systems.
The Computer Closet
Rescues classic microcomputers and video games from the junk heap.
Computer History Association of California
Chac is a nonprofit corporation, who safeguards and organizes the history of electronic computing, not only in California, but nationally and internationally. They collect and archive hardware, software and documents.
History of 1802-based computing and home of the TinyELF emulator for Palm OS handhelds. Documents, scans, message board.
Development Of Digital Computers
Trace out the brief of what led to the invention and developments of Digital computers.
Shows all processes involved Building a replica of the German M4 Naval Enigma.
Historical Computer Society
International user group for old computer enthusiasts "old computers" and/or "old enthusiasts. Dedicated to preserving older and classic computer hardware, software, and literature.
Ian's 'Naff Computer Pics Page'
A page with some pictures of Honeywell-Bull mainframes and mini's (DPS-6 and DPS-7)
ICL 1900 Series Computers
Information about the ICL 1900 series mainframes from the 1970s, both hardware and software. The George (1S, 2, 3 & 4) series operating systems, Minimop and Maximop. Programming languages and other information.
Dedicated to computers and/or operating systems which some might describe as obsolete.
Largest Classic Computer Documentation Archive
Thousands of scanned classic computer documents.
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.
Site is dedicated to the first home computer that could be bought in the UK.
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