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50th Anniversary Celebrations of the Manchester Baby computer and the Manchester Mark 1 and Ferranti Mark 1.

http://www.computer50.org/

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A collection of web resources sorted alphabetically. Topics include the Abacus, Eniac, Charles Babbage and Bill Gates.

http://www.hitmill.com/computers/computerhx1.html

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A collection of information and illustrations on the subjects of computers, calculators and games. Topics include the IBM 5100 portable computer and the Commodore KIM-1 and VIC 20 microcomputers.

http://userwww.sfsu.edu/~hl/mmm.html

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An overview of the developments that allowed the modern day computer to arise from first principles, including looking at Stonehenge, ENIAC, Pascaline, and Turing machines.

http://www.eingang.org/Lecture/

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Photographs from the era, mailing list, alumni directory, and a PDP-11 simulator with RSTS/E operating system.

http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~mader/delta

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The author takes the user through a short tour of computer history including subjects such as advances in the 50's and 60's. Also includes photos of Charles Babbage and Herman Hollerith.

http://www.softlord.com/comp/

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Uses a timeline to take the user through the various milestones of computer technology. Subjects include the abacus, vacuum tubes, transistors and microprocessors. Published by Thinkquest.

http://library.thinkquest.org/22522/

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A timeline of important events in the history of telecom, computing, and communication. Split into annual sections.

http://aronsson.se/hist.html

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Personal homepage that offers an insight into the history of hardware, the Internet and the Windows operating system.

http://trillian.randomstuff.org.uk/~stephen/history/

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Essay on the history of computers from the abacus, logarithm, ENIAC, and massively parallel computers. Written by computer pioneer Philip Emeagwali.

http://www.emeagwali.com/essays/technology/computing/history-of-computing-abacus-logarithm-eniac-supercomputers.html

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