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Identifying the “Early IBM Computer” in a Twitter Photo:A 405 Accounting Machine (righto.com)
2 points by aj7 17 hours ago | past | discuss
Booting the IBM 1401: How a 1959 punch-card computer loads a program (righto.com)
107 points by CaliforniaKarl 5 days ago | past | 44 comments
Booting the IBM 1401: How a 1959 punch-card computer loads a program (righto.com)
27 points by parsecs 5 days ago | past | 1 comment
Teardown of a quartz crystal oscillator and the tiny IC inside (righto.com)
135 points by parsecs 7 days ago | past | 35 comments
Software woven into wire: Core rope and the Apollo Guidance Computer (righto.com)
3 points by Bluestein 11 days ago | past | 1 comment
Bitcoin mining on an Apollo Guidance Computer (righto.com)
2 points by lawrenceyan 11 days ago | past | discuss
Mining Bitcoin with pencil and paper: 0.67 hashes per day (2014) (righto.com)
404 points by tusharchoudhary 12 days ago | past | 377 comments
A one-bit processor explained: reverse-engineering the vintage MC14500B (righto.com)
144 points by parsecs 21 days ago | past | 45 comments
IBM paperweight teardown: Reverse-engineering 1970s memory chips (righto.com)
104 points by parsecs 28 days ago | past | 36 comments
Examining a technology sample kit: IBM components from 1948 to 1986 (righto.com)
75 points by zdw 34 days ago | past | 20 comments
SMS cards: The technology inside IBM's 1960s mainframes (righto.com)
2 points by Bluestein 35 days ago | past | 1 comment
Examining a technology sample kit: IBM components from 1948 to 1986 (righto.com)
2 points by parsecs 35 days ago | past
Soyuz spacecraft digital clock teardown (righto.com)
120 points by nucatus 39 days ago | past | 34 comments
Reverse-engineering a low-power LED flasher chip (righto.com)
2 points by parsecs 49 days ago | past
Reverse-engineering an early calculator chip with four-phase logic (righto.com)
81 points by chipsa 58 days ago | past | 18 comments
Reverse-engineering an early calculator chip with four-phase logic (righto.com)
2 points by parsecs 63 days ago | past
12-minute Mandelbrot: fractals on a 50-year-old IBM 1401 mainframe (righto.com)
74 points by winkywooster 66 days ago | past | 18 comments
Reverse-engineering the clock chip in the first MOS calculator (righto.com)
4 points by parsecs 70 days ago | past
Reverse engineering RAM storage in early Texas Instruments calculator chips (righto.com)
64 points by parsecs 3 months ago | past | 12 comments
Reverse-engineering the classic MK4116 16-kilobit DRAM chip (righto.com)
85 points by parsecs 3 months ago | past | 32 comments
Reverse-engineering the carry-lookahead circuit in the Intel 8008 processor (righto.com)
78 points by robin_reala 3 months ago | past | 23 comments
Reverse-engineering the carry-lookahead circuit in the Intel 8008 processor (righto.com)
9 points by parsecs 3 months ago | past | 2 comments
Inside the stacked RAM modules used in the Apple III (righto.com)
74 points by parsecs 3 months ago | past | 27 comments
I added 6 characters to Unicode (and you can too) (righto.com)
3 points by sogen 4 months ago | past
How the bootstrap load made the historic Intel 8008 processor possible (righto.com)
97 points by ink_13 4 months ago | past | 29 comments
Cells are fast and crowded places (2011) (righto.com)
294 points by gmays 4 months ago | past | 117 comments
Cells are fast and crowded places (2011) (righto.com)
2 points by whereistimbo 4 months ago | past | 1 comment
How to multiply currents: Inside a counterfeit analog multiplier (righto.com)
3 points by stargrave 5 months ago | past
Inside a counterfeit analog multiplier (righto.com)
24 points by parsecs 5 months ago | past | 9 comments
HP Nanoprocessor part II: Reverse-engineering the circuits from the masks (righto.com)
40 points by parsecs 5 months ago | past | 13 comments

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