An operating Difference Engine designed by Charles Babbage in the 1840s and constructed by the Science Museum of London was on display until January 31, 2016.The Museum is dedicated to preserving and presenting the stories.In 1999, TCMHC incorporated and TCM ceased operation, shipping its remaining artifacts to TCMHC in 2000.Standard PDP-1 Computer including: Central Rocessor 4096 word core memory 400 cps Petforuhl Tap Reader 63 cps Petforat4 Tape Punch On-l ine Alphanumeric Typewriter.Exhibits Committee: 64: 1988: PDF: 4.71 MB: Exhibit Labels: PDF: 19 MB: Harold Cohen, Robotic Artist Exhibit: 24: 1995: PDF: 9.55 MB: London Science Museum, The.The Museum is dedicated to preserving and presenting the stories and artifacts of the information age, and exploring the computing revolution and its impact on society.Main page Contents Featured content Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikipedia store.
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www.computerhistory.org - acnow.netThe name TCM had been retained by the Boston Museum of Science so, in 2000, the name TCMHC was changed to Computer History Museum (CHM).Their main office can be found in Mountain View, CA, and they can be contacted through Computer History Museum.Help About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page.Software Gems: The Computer History Museum Historical Source Code Series.
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Archive.computerhistory.org Computer History Museum - ArcWilliam Oughtred: develops the slide rule (it was circular in shape) 1623.The museum has several additional exhibits, including a restoration of an historic PDP-1 minicomputer, two restored IBM 1401 computers, and an exhibit on the history of autonomous vehicles, from torpedoes to self-driving cars.
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An article in the January 1975 issue of Popular Electronics heralded the new MITS Altair computer as the first practical home computer.