aOT--PCs of the 70s



#2

Hello all,

If you're like me, reading this article back in '76 was absolutely fascinating. Finding it again brings back a lot of memories.

Have fun reading this:


Programmable Calculators

Edited: 11 Apr 2012, 10:00 p.m.


#3

Great stuff.

But I was also floored when I saw that in your link, there is also a review of my first car, the Mazda GLC, and also a short discussion of Magnetohydrodynamics!


#4

Pretty nifty, indeed! Two memory trips in one link. What a bargain! I'm glad I've brought back good memories of your car as well as the calcs!

#5

Actually, there's a lot of stuff there that brings back good memories.

#6

You are very welcome!


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