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The complete history of the IBM PC, part one: The deal of the century | Ars Technica
Bill Gates, mysterious deaths, and the business machine that sparked a home revolution.
history  ibm  computers  apple  comphist  Feedly  IFTTT  microcomputer  misc  toread 
july 2017 by otlib
Playing with History: What Sid Meier’s Video Game Empire Got Right and Wrong About ‘Civilization’ : Longreads
Twenty-five years ago, Meier turned human history into a video game, and sold 33 million copies along the way. With the launch of Civilization VI, Kanishk Tharoor takes a closer look at its impact.
longread  civilization  gaming  games  history  computers 
october 2016 by otlib
Home | tonymacx86.com
tonymacx86.com: Home of the CustoMac Buyer’s Guide, iBoot, MultiBeast, UniBeast, and the world’s most helpful #hackintosh #mac #osx support community.
guides  computers  howto  hardware  hackintosh  reference  resource  tutorials 
october 2016 by otlib
Inside the pages of a 1981 Radio Shack catalog
Back when Radio Shack was a "pioneer" in personal computing.
history  computers  hardware  radioshack  catalog 
october 2016 by otlib
A 1985 Essay from a Bulletin Board System Admin Foretold Our Future | Hacker News
burgh's email in the UK), 2600 was being published, and WarGames far from being a 'hokey hacking movie' actually showed the reality of the
history  hn  bbs  internet  computers  security 
september 2015 by otlib
How to succeed in business—er, remote IT work—without really trying | Ars Technica
There is no cure-all device for tech illiteracy, and you can do better than GoToMyPC.
feedly  it  computers  business  for  from-pocket  home  IFTTT  Later  longreads 
august 2015 by otlib
What Google DeepMind Means for A.I. - The New Yorker
Engineers at Google DeepMind have built a computer program that can master vintage arcade games. How will it shape the future of artificial intelligence?
ai  google  instapaper  article  computers  games  IFTTT  machinelearning  newyorker  pocket 
march 2015 by otlib
God's Lonely Programmer | Motherboard
Terry Davis, a schizophrenic programmer, has spent 10 years building an operating system to talk to God.
articles  templeos  computers  code  instapaper  vice 
november 2014 by otlib
windows - How does USB device recognition work? - Super User
ID, PID, revision, class and subclass are used in a predictable way to choose the device driver that is lo
usb  drivers  windows  microsoft  superuser  device  computers 
november 2014 by otlib
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