| 73Q Music Videos | Vote On Clips | Submit | Login   |

Reddit Digg Stumble Facebook
Desc:Stuart Ashen finds a book with rather impressive pop-up dioramas of vintage computer components.
Category:Science & Technology, Educational
Tags:computer, 1985, Ashens, pop up book
Submitted:sasazuka
Date:04/10/16
Views:730
Rating:
View Ratings
Register to vote for this video
Favorited 2 Times

People Who Liked This Video Also Liked:
Doodling in Math Class: DRAGONS
Simply Sara - Pomodoro Pasta
Mud Worms
A 45-minute tour of Minecraft Middle Earth
Happy Puppymas, POETV!
The 2012 Anthrocon Furry Parade.
Unicycle stunt on top of a very tall chimney in Romania goes wrong.
Butt scratches breaks cat
Zero Punctuation: Devil May Cry 4
Sports Bra vs No Bra: Jump Rope Test
Comment count is 5
Sudan no1
Awesome tour. I think it's quaint how people in the 80s anthropomorphized computers, especially back when they were so primitive. I used to know nerds that would "name" their computers in the 90s and 00s, but no one seems to do that anymore.
fedex
It's like cars or SO's, we only use their proper names in moments of high emotion, both positive and negative.

Cube
That's actually really cool. I have to admire the person that had the idea and went all the way with it. I guess stuff like this is in the past, nowadays people would just do a crappy web site or something. And LET'S SEE SOMEONE MAKE A HOLOVIDEO OF THAT WEBSITE AFTER 30 YEARS!
Born in the RSR
The preview makes me rally nostalgic for the heavy metallic case that my old 386 had.

From a time way before they realized it's a pain in the ass to put on/off switches in the back of the case.
Binro the Heretic
I can remember typing in a crude assembler in BASIC from "Ahoy!" magazine and writing my own games with it.

I wouldn't even know where to begin to make a game on a modern PC.
Register or login To Post a Comment







Video content copyright the respective clip/station owners please see hosting site for more information.
Privacy Statement