Desktop computer GALAKSIJA via Museum of Science and Technology Belgrade
The Galaksija computer was a craze in 1980s Yugoslavia, inspiring thousands of people to build versions in their own homes.
Census punch card reader by shandrew (cc by-nc)
From the constraints of 1860s banknote sizes to "the opulent luxury of two entire kilobytes of display memory," MeFi's own mhoye dives 2500 words deep into the history of terminal aspect ratios in cgc373's post, "80×25."
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