Cool Computer images

A few nice Computer images I found:

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Computer
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Image from page 238 of “Railway and locomotive engineering : a practical journal of railway motive power and rolling stock” (1901)
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Identifier: railwaylocomotiv20newy
Title: Railway and locomotive engineering : a practical journal of railway motive power and rolling stock
Year: 1901 (1900s)
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Subjects: Railroads Locomotives
Publisher: New York : A. Sinclair Co
Contributing Library: Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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redfor such shop operations as boring,turning, or facing an article on a bor-ing or turning mill or a lathe, and ifyou want to get the cost after youknow the time, the computer will giveii to you. You dont have to make anycalculations, or to run over anybodysfigures. All you do is to set three littlediscs and the trick is done. It is oneof the Cox computers, similar to thosewhich were issued by Railway and Loco-motive Engineering some years ago,and which became immensely popular. The computor is made of cardboardand is covered in leather and whenfolded up it measures 4j2x6 ins. Thereare three little cards turning on apivot, two of them are sectors and oneis a circle, and by setting these as di-rected on the margin you can at onceget the time required for turning orboring and the cost of the same. Youcan also get the time required for fac-ing with the cost. You can ascertainthe suitable cutting speed and feed for;i tool when the dimensions of the workare known and the time required has

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V.LVE SETTING il.VCHINE ON THE ERIE. been determined. In every case youcan get the cost when the computerhas given you the time. The computergives you all these things and incident-ally throws in a feeling of satisfactionwhile reducing the wear and tear onyour organ of thought. If you want a computer to make youwise you can get one by following thedirections given below. Remember thatto find the time by this computerhardly costs you a thought, and youcan get the cost in no time. It givesyou the time for any operation withouttaking up much of yours, and though Patents. QEO. P. WHITTLESEY McQILL BUILDINQ WASHINQTON. D. C. Term* Reasonable Pamphlet Senf Balls Official R.R.Standard Watches ie AMD ia MIZE 17 and 21 RubyJewels*Sopphire Pollefa Ooll*ft ImprovedSolelyDouble Roller Are wltfaoatqoeHtlon theflDewt watcbeithat Americantalent andskilled laborcan produce,and they aregiving a a c buolTeraal satla*faction that wehave no heal-tancj In claim-ing that tbeyare the beatand safestrailroad

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Image from page 107 of “hp :: terminal :: 02390-90001 2392A Display Terminal Reference Manual Apr1984” (1919)
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Title: hp :: terminal :: 02390-90001 2392A Display Terminal Reference Manual Apr1984
Year: 1919 (1910s)
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Subjects: terminal cursor mode display data configuration key escape character keyboard configuration menu terminal configuration function key display memory external printer host computer cursor position escape sequence user key escape sequences mode
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BATTERYHOLDER PORT 1 RS232C/HP422 CONNECTOR POWER CABLE CONNECTOR PORT 2 OPTIONAL MODULE RS232C or 8 BIT PARALLEL Figure 6-1. Terminal Rear View [ik—1 e e T pyu^^^ •^- *iH PORTFEMALE25-PINCONNECTOR HP 40242C/M/Y/ZCABLE RS232C 25-PIN CONNECTOR Interface cable to: 1. Host computer 2. Multiplexer panel on host computer

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