IT Historical Resource Sites

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Listing of sites in our IT Historical Resource Database sorted alphabetically by Institution

Telephony Museum

Old phones are more popular than ever and many styles have been replicated by major retailers. But, most of these replications can't match the beauty and ruggedness of an antique phone. What's more, antique phones are much more reliable than today's...


Historical timeline of Teradata.


Tesla is the new TOM compiler, written in TOM. It is the compiler of choice and is actively developed and maintained. How to build and install Tesla is explained in the Tesla install instructions. Note that you do not need TOM to boot Tesla the...

Texas Instruments

An excellent corporate history site. TI has been innovating and impacting the world for nearly 80 years. This is the 50th anniversary of the invention of the integrated circuit, one of the most significant inventions of the 20th century. Few...

The Apple Revolution

Founding Fathers, Steve Jobs, The Woz and Mike Markkula. Steve Jobs is the heart of Apple; Steve Wozniak is the soul and little known Mike Markkula was the business spark that started the Apple Revolution.

The Core Memory Project

The Core Memory Projecrt's website provides links to : 1) a discussion of various National Cash Register (NCR) computers between 1976 to 1979, 2) a gallery of images of computers from 1953 to 1999, an NCR 390 Computer Simulator, an NCR 390...

The Origins and Growth of The Internet and the World Wide Web

The internet is an innovation (or rather a series of innovations) that enables communication and transmission of data between computers at different locations. It is an extremely new scientific development, but that does not mean that we cannot...

Thermal Printer

A thermal printer (or direct thermal printer) produces a printed image by selectively heating coated thermochromic paper, or thermal paper as it is commonly known, when the paper passes over the thermal print head. The coating turns black in the...

Threat Morphosis: Evolution of the Computer Virus [Infographic]

Evolution has fascinated me for quite a while. In the digital age, whatís even more interesting is the parallel evolution thatís going on within our machinery. Computers are our creation, and like us, they get sick. There are malevolent growths...

Three Rivers Computer Corporation

The Three Rivers Computer Corporation (3RCC) was a spinoff of the Computer Science department at Carnegie-Mellon University, and was founded in 1974 by Brian Rosen, Jim Tetar, Bill Broadley, Stan Kriz, and Paul Newbury. The company was located in...

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