[OT] Lots of really old computer manuals

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    A decent museum website would have a search engine.

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    "Tony Sivori" <TonySivoriM$> wrote in message
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    > For anyone with time to spare and an interest in the details of the
    > history of computing, you can download tons of old manuals here. Some of
    > the Univac stuff dates back to 1953.
    >
    > http://www.olddata.org/pdf/
    >
    > The site index:
    > http://www.olddata.org/pdf/Index.txt
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    Frederic, Nov 3, 2003
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