Cantor Museum and Computer History Museum (2006/12/10)

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  A view from Stanford's main quad down Palm Drive. Rodin's A detail of the It's actually bronze, not driftwood. The entrance hall to the Cantor Museum.  

  The keyboard of a Lisp Machine. In addition to Control and Meta, it also has Super and Hyper keys. A keyboard for APL programming. Gears. Numbers. Core memory.  

  A debugging nightmare. Our very gracious tour guide. Me, holding an OLPC (One Laptop Per Child). A missile guidance computer. A Connection Machine CM-1.  

  This is where the trouble started. Unix - Live free or die! A Pixar Imaging Computer. Cooling pipes on a Cray Y-MP.  

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