23 June 2016

Still won't take out the recyclables

Dag Spicer profiles Jim Sutherland's ECHO IV home computer, assembled in 1966 out of surplus modules from a Westinghouse Prodac-IV process control computer. The multi-cabinet machine was the forerunner of today's X10 ecosystem, but it also provided basic word processing, through a modified IBM Selectric typewriter.

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