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WUSA (CBS)
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Scott Pelley reports on children starving in civil war-torn Yemen; Anderson Cooper reports on the Voyager space probes; Jon Wertheim visits Chapeco, Brazil, where locals struggle to recover from the worst sports tragedy in decades, after nearly all of the players from their professional soccer team died in a plane crash.
Topics: yemen, pelley, jupiter, carl sagan, u.n., neptune, nasa, cooper, johnny b. goode, david beasley,...
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Russia Today
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Topics: snowden, pennsylvania, chevron, russia, carl sagan, lee, mike
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Mirrortube
by gmcfosho
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i was in da kitchen wit da aux cord. Joke ass song 4 this joke ass day. Y'all gonna stop tryin' to fool da kid before I end up punching you in the jeans. deez april fools done pissed me off so much I aint even put subtitles on this. here: imsohotigotsummothalovinovenmits (x30) chix can blow me off chicken blow me off dont touch me... jus blow me off (x2) freshupoutdaoven playa chestbepuffinlikesummothalovinmuffins playa sohotlikeimcomingthrudaozonelayer bout2playsumyazzlikeiwasaoboe playa...
Topics: Youtube, video, Science & Technology, Swag Ovenload, gmcfosho, oven mitts, at least I got...
Mirrortube
by gmcfosho
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My lawyer said I was doing things that would violate my parole so I had to censor a few parts, BUT LUCKILY YOU CAN'T CENSOR SWAG! Shout out to Soulja boy, the best rapper dead or alive. It is because of him that I live life with my swag to the maximum https://www.etsy.com/listing/194708310/burs-shirt?ref=listing-0 https://soundcloud.com/pissedoffgil http://gmcfosho.bandcamp.com/track/rifle-burs http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/rifl... Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BrU_ef7DQgs...
Topics: Youtube, video, Music, rifle, burs, gmcfosho, the, hardest, beat, with, rhymes, swag, soulja, boy
Mirrortube
by gmcfosho
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shirt? https://www.etsy.com/shop/gmcfosho shiiiiiiii, 3rd track off my album. gonna be a hidden track, you gotta listen to the second track all the way through to get to dis one. took a minute to get this one up cuz SOMEONE ON THIS STREET CALLED THE POLICE ON US, AND TO THAT SOME1 (IF YOU WATCHIN THIS VIDEO, WHY YOU HATIN?) EITHER WAY I JUS SAID F IT, WE AINT GET ALL THE SHOTS WE WANTED, BUT WHATEVER, WE STILL GO HARD. DIS ONE CALLED IMDABES shout out to Eli https://soundcloud.com/pissedoffgil...
Topics: Youtube, video, Education, gmcfosho imdabes i'm the best, standin on a car, feenga in the air,...
CU Amiga Magazine Coverdiscs
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Cover CD-ROMs from CU Amiga magazine.
Topic: Amiga software
Community Software
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Shareware CD releases from Cyberdigital, released in 1997.
Topics: cyberdigital, cyber.ex, jazz, jack, rabit, commander keen, star trek, poker broker 3.0, trek 96
Community Video
by As Seen On Al Jazeera
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Al Jazeera (Special Series): Secret of the Seven Sisters To download please rightclick on the blue MP4/MPEG4 links and click 'Save Target/Link As'. The SRT Files are English susbtitle files (documentary is already in English) which may be automatically visible or selectable enabled (depending on your choice of media player and device) when viewing on a device which supports SRT playback. SRT subtitles can be burnt onto videos using certain software if you prefer to burn them. Quality: 720p HD...
Topics: Tags: Al, Jazeera, Special, Series, HD, High, Definition, 720p, 720, halal, halaal, documentary,...
Folkscanomy Computer: Books on Computers and Programming
by Dennis Ritchie, Brian Kernighan
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The C Programming Language First Edition also know as K&R.
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Topics: C, programming
Shmoocon 2016
by Andrew Kalat
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Most hackers have a massive digital footprint: social media, servers at co-location sites, servers at home, overly-complicated IT infrastructure, and various other IT gear connected in crazy ways. What happens when one of us suddenly dies? How do our loved ones pick up the pieces, figure out all of our random IT crap that we’ve setup, and move forward? This talk explores the challenges, opportunities, and lessons learned as I aided in figure out the IT gear after the passing of a dear friend...
Computer Chronicles
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A profile on computer pioneer Gary Kildall and the important contributions he made to the PC industry including the true story on how IBM ended up using MS-DOS rather than CP/M. Kildall developed CP/M, the first personal computer operating system. He was also a co-host on the early Computer Chronicles series. Includes comments by Gordon Eubanks, Symantec; Tom Rolander, DRI; Tim Bajarin, Creative Strategies; Lee Lorenzen, DRI; Jacqui Morby, TA Associates; Alan Cooper, CP/M applications...
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Topics: Episode year: 2001, Episode year: 1995, Operating systems: CP/M, the first operating system,...
Computer Chronicles
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Many computer users got their start with the TRS-80, the Tandy Color Computer, or the Model 100 portable computer. This program looks at the role Radio Shack played in the early launch of personal computers and the hordes of users who still love their old Tandy PCs. Featured demonstrations include the Tandy 2500 SX/20, the Tandy 4033 LX, the GRiD 1550cd, the GRiD 325sc. Also shown is the original TRS-80 and some of the earlier cassette based software such as Dancing Demon. Guests include Howard...
Topic: tandy, radio shack
Computer Chronicles
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As local area networks grew, so did concerns for network security. This program looks at some early solutions. Demonstrations include FileGuard 2.5 for the Mac, MaccessCard, PhoneNET Liaison 3.0, SiteLock, SecurID, and MailSafe. Guests include security expert and author Cliff Stoll. Originally broadcast in 1991.
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Topics: virus, hacker, LAN, encryption
Computer Chronicles
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Stand alone personal computers were great, for a while, but soon it became important to connect individual PCs to share files, applications, and peripherals. This program looked at some early connectivity solutions. Included are demonstrations of NetWare Lite from Novell, the AE-3 Ethernet Adaptor from Artisoft, Microcom's LAN Bridge 6000, Newport Systems' LAN2LAN Mega Router, Chatterbox 4000, cc:Mail, the Compsphere 3800 Modem, and the Wireless WAN from Tetherless Access Ltd. Originally...
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Topics: networks, LAN, connectivity
Computer Chronicles
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Most home PC users use their telephone line to connect to the Internet. But there are other options. We'll look at cable, DSL, and satellite connections as well as the latest high-speed telephone modems to help you find a faster way to get online.
Topics: Episode year: 2000, Broadband
Computer Chronicles
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Computer and communication technologies are merging creating the new field of informatics. Guests: Bob Metcalfe, 3Com; Bill Gillis, Charles Schwab; Glenn Albinger, Computer Colorworks; Barry Margerum, Grid Systems; Gary Kildall, Digital Research Products/Demos: Ethernet, UNET, Digital Paintbrush System, Grid Compass, QuoTrekRolm Jupiter and Cedar Systems, AT&T 7300. Originally broadcast in March 1985. Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topic: Episode year: 1985
Computer Chronicles
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Industry prognosticators predicted that 1995 would be "the year of the portable". And it was, as mobile computing became mainstream. This program looks at several mobile computing solutions, including the Morrow Pivot II, the Apple PowerBook 540C, Toshiba's T2150 CDT, IBM's Butterfly subnotebook, Apple's Newton MessagePad, the Sharp Zaurus, Sony's Magic Link, the Psion 3A, the Pentax PocketJet printer, Xircom's CreditCard Ethernet, Zenith's CD-ROM Z Player, Dell's Latitude, Bell...
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Topics: portables, mobile, notebooks, PDAs
Computer Chronicles
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Part two of this special series looking at the causes of the downturn in the computer industry. Guests: Ben Anixter, AMD; Richard O'Brien, Hewlett Packard; Trip Hawkins, Electronic Arts; John Merson, Ashton-Tate; Gary Kildall, Digital Research Products/Demos: Commodore Amiga, Atari ST 520
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Topic: Episode year: 1985
Computer Chronicles
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In the late nineties the internet became a major venue for playing computer games. This program looked at several of the best examples. Demonstrations include Magic: The Gathering, gamers.com, the PGL (Professional Gamers League), Microsoft's Internet Gaming Zone, and Underlight. Originally broadcast in 1998. Copyright 1998 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Topics: Episode Year: 1998, Television Programs, Computers: History, games, online games, gamers
Computer Chronicles
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The battle over a standard for moving information in and out of a computer and inside a computer including a look at EISA, Nubus, AT, PC, ISA, and MCA. Guests: Bob Kutnick, AST Research; Richard Archuleta, HPChet Heath, IBMMichael Hoyle, Wells American; Winn Rosch, PC Magazine; Steve Beals, Infomax; Mark Orr, Apple Products/Demos: AST Premium/286IBM PS/2 Model 60ZCompu; Star Convertible Bus PCApple Nubus. Originally broadcast in 1988. Copyright 1988 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Topic: Episode year: 1988
Computer Chronicles
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With more and more computers becoming terminals on the internet, concerns were growing for internet security. This program looks at several solutions. Included are demonstrations of Wells Fargo Online Banking, Cookie Master, anonymizer.com, a fax encryptor from InfoImaging called 3D FaxFile 2.0, a new biometric device from Oracle called HandKey, and CompuTrace, a device that calls you if your computer is stolen. Originally broadcast in 1997.
Topics: security, encryption, cookies
Computer Chronicles
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Digital cameras were just hitting the market in 1993 and this program looked at the early stages of the electronic photography revolution. Products demonstrated include the Kodak Photo CD Player, the DaVinci Digital Camera/Copier, the Kodak DCS200 digital camera, the SuperMac printer, Logitech's FotoMan, the OFOTO 2.0 scanner, the Phoenix portable digital imaging system for newspapers, the MacSat and WeatherFAX systems for enhancing digital space photos, and Adobe PhotoShop. Originally...
Topics: Adobe, Kodak, Logitech, images, photography, photo finishing
Computer Chronicles
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Is your PC safe from crime? Whether it's a computer virus via email, hackers breaking into your web site, or you using your credit card to buy something online, you are not safe from crime just because you're at home. We'll show you the latest ways to protect your computer and yourself in the digital world. Demonstrations include McAfee software. Guests include Donn Parker from SRI. Episode #1707. Originally broadcast in 1999. Copyright 1999 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Topics: Episode year: 2000, Episode year: 1999, Security, Virus, Companies: McAfee
Computer Chronicles
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Just the thought of a possible computer virus is enough to chill any computer user. Meet the people at the front lines in the war against the malicious computer virus.
Topics: Episode year: 2001, Security
Computer Chronicles
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Netscape and Microsoft go at it to dominate the Internet browser world. A look at Netscape Communicator 4.0, Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.0, Real Networks RealSystem 5.0, and Construct's VRML 2.0. Originally broadcast in 1997. Copyright 1997 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Topics: Episode Year: 1998, Television Programs, Computers: History, netscape communicator, internet...
Computer Chronicles
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As the Internet continued to take hold, new hangouts called cyber cafes started opening up where you could surf the web and just pay by the minute. This program looks at the first wave of internet cafes in Boston and San Francisco. Originally broadcast in 1996.
Topics: cyber, internet, cafe
Computer Chronicles
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A review of hardware and software products for artists. Products reviewed include Opal Vision for the Amiga 4000, Alladin 4D for the Amiga 4000, CorelDraw for Windows, Fractal Design's Painter 1.2 for the Mac, and the Calcomp Drawing Board. Also featured are visits to the Academy of Art College in San Francisco and the studio of computer artist Jim Ludtke. Originally broadcast in 1992. Copyright 1992 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Computer Chronicles
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As you buy faster PCs, you may be keeping your old PC for someone else in the family. But rather than buy a separate modem or printer, you can easily network your home PCs to share these peripherals. We'll look at home network options including devices that let you share your peripherals just by using your existing electrical outlets.
Topics: Episode year: 2001, Episode year: 2000, Companies: Apple, Networking
Computer Chronicles
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Most software users only take advantage of a small percentage of the features in software packages. This program looks at some of the hidden powers of popular applications including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Photoshop, Tomb Raider II, and Rainbow Six. Also a look at "Easter Eggs", little surprises hidden inside software by the programmers. Originally broadcast in 1998.
Topic: Episode year: 1999
Computer Chronicles
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The computer revolution was great, but it presented real challenges to disabled people who found new barriers to accessing information. This program looks at several solutions including a talking word processor called IntelliTools, two screen readers - JAWS and OutSpoken, Buddy Button, Tash Mini Keyboard, Discovery Switch, EasyBall, Thumbelina, and Cyberlink. Also covered are techniques for building web sites that are user friendly for disabled visitors. Originally broadcast in 1997. Copyright...
Topics: disabled, handicapped, disabilities
Computer Chronicles
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Most of us use computers to do routine tasks like calculations, word processing, or graphics. But computers can do more - they can help you think. This program looks at several software thinking tools including Go Figure, WinMap, Project Kickstart, Which & Why, Decide Right, and IntelliMatch. Originally broadcast in 1996.
Topics: decision, thinking, brainstorming
Computer Chronicles
by Clementine Oliver
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The digital revolution changed the practice of journalism. This program looks at how journalists are using computers and the Internet. Segments include CNN Newsroom Global View, the San Jose Mercury's Mercury Center on AOL, Prodigy's Journalist application, Newsweek Interactive, the JFK Assassinatin CD-ROM, a visit to the MIT Media Lab, and CNBC's Private Financial Network (PFN) online service. Guests include Michael Rogers of Newsweek. Originally broadcast in 1993. Copyright 1993 Stewart...
Topics: digital, journalism, mercury news, san jose, cnn, cnbc, newsweek, michael rogers, aol
Computer Chronicles
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A user's guide on how to buy, or build, the ultimate gaming PC. The program looks at CPUs, sound cards, and graphic cards. Demonstrations include the NVidia GeForce3 nfiniteFX graphics engine, Philips Acoustic Edge 5.1 surround audio system for PCs, Intel's 1.7 gigahertz Pentium 4 microprocessor, and customized gaming PCs from Alienware and Falcon Northwest. Games demonstrated include Chameleon, Zoltar, Inferno, Black and White, and Quake III Arena. Originally broadcast in 2001.
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Topics: games, sound cards, graphics cards
Computer Chronicles
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An early look at supercomputers in the United States and Japan. Featured guests include George Michael, head of computer research of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, John Repp of Control Data Corporation, Dr. Hideo Aiso, Professor at Keio University in Japan, Dr. Hiroshi Kashiwagi, Chairman of Japan's National Supercomputer Project, and Dr. Yukio Mizuno, Senior Vice President of NEC. The program also features on location coverage in Japan of the country's supercomputer projects including...
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Topics: supercomputer, japan, parallel processing
Computer Chronicles
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A look at the state of the art in programming languages and tools circa 1990. Demonstrations include Smalltalk V/PM, Actor 2.0, Zortech C++, Objective C, EngLan, TurboPascal, Turbo C, and Prograph. Originally broadcast in February 1990. Copyright Stewart Cheifet Productions 1990.
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Topics: Gentry Software, Digitalk, Whitewater Group, Borland, Phillipe Kahn, Frame Technology, NeXT
Computer Chronicles
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Ten years after the PC revolution, experts were saying the PC model is obsolete. This program looks at several fresh approaches to the personal computer. Included are the TransPhone net terminal, Apple's multimedia Pippin Power Mac, the brand new Palm Pilot from U.S. Robotics, the BeBox using the Be operating system, and Oracle's new NC or Network Computer. Guests include Bruce Tognazinni, author of "Tog on Software Design. Originally broadcast in 1996.
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Topics: palm pilot, apple pippin, oracle Network Computer
Computer Chronicles
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As I-T people across the country geared up for potential Y2K problems at the end of the year, we reviewed several consumer approaches to being prepared for possible Y2K problems. Products reviewed include PCfix2000, Norton 2000, Microsoft Y2K PlugIn Tools, and several online resources such as y2k.gov, year2000.com, and cassandraproject.org. Originally broadcast in 1999. Copyright 1999 Stewart Cheifet Productions
Topics: year 2000, Y2K, microsoft, millennium
Computer Chronicles
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So you've bought your laptop, but that's only the beginning. What else do you need to become the complete road warrior? This program looks at several add-on options including Lap Link and Battery Watch from Traveling Software, back up batteries and chargers, RAM cards, Brooklyn Bridge, WonUnder expansion kit, Axonix ThinkWrite portable printer, Diconix 150 portable printer, Dukane Magniview projector, the Datavue portable fax, and modems from Worldport. Laptops shown include the Gridlite Plus...
Topics: laptop, notebook, portable
Computer Chronicles
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The Internet has created a place where it is easy to find information and art to share. But what about copyright issues? Is everything free for the asking online? We'll show you software to protect your own site from being copied without your permission as well as discuss the latest issues involving newspapers and magazines re-printing their own articles online.
Topics: Episode year: 2000, Companies: Adobe, Legal Issues, Music
Computer Chronicles
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With the growing sophistication of the Internet, colleges and universities started to build an online curriculum to enable students to take credit classes on the web. This program looks at several examples including collegenet.com, virtualu.ca.gov, unex.berkeley.edu, digitalthink.com, and the Cisco Networking Academy. Originally broadcast in 1997.
Topics: CollegeNET, Intel, Cisco, UC Berkeley, Cal, California Virtual University
Computer Chronicles
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A look at young people and how they are using computers for pleasure and for education. Guests: Aaron Arakawa, Nueva Learning Center; Ben Wu, Miller Jr High; Laura Risk, Aptos Middle School; Robin Lee, Leyva Jr High; Arin Epstein, Foothill Middle School; Clifton Dalgard, Leyva Jr High Products/Demos: Voting Program, The World of the IIe, LogoWriter, Integer Base, Teachtype. Originally broadcast in 1987. Copyright 1987 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Topics: 1987, kids and computers
Computer Chronicles
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A look at the hottest new computer games. Featured guest is world champion gamer Dennis Fong, also known as Thresh. Other guests include Ryan McDonald of gamespot.com. Also ign.com, a look at the game "No One Lives Forever", and a review of the PlayStation 2. Originally broadcast in 2000. Copyright 2000 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Topics: thresh, game, playstation2, dennis fong, gamespot
Computer Chronicles
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A review of the growing use of the internet and computers in political campaigns. This show looks at the use of sophisticated databases to create voter mailing lists, campaign strategy software, online political activism, and campaign management tools. Produced during the election year of 1996.
Computer Chronicles
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The enemy is different but the technology is the same. We dug into our archives and found the U.S. military technology developed during the Cold War in a 1980's Computer Chronicles show is much the same technology now used in the U.S. war against terrorism. This program reviews the military uses of computer technology. Shot on location at various research centers around the country. Featured are the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and Advanced...
Topics: pentagon, Military, Robotics
Computer Chronicles
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A look at the uses of computer hardware and software in the Defense Department. Shot on location at various military installations around the country. Featured are demonstrations of SDI, the Strategic Defense Initiative, the AEGIS combat control system on board the USS Valley Forge advanced navy cruiser, and the Air Force's Advanced Sensory Exploitation System using distributed networks and artificial intelligence to detect enemy threats. Originally broadcast in 1986.
Topics: military, pentagon, defense
Computer Chronicles
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A review of how computers are being used in innovative programs to teach basic literacy skills to adults. Guests: John Fleischman, La Puente Adult Schools; Jane Nissen Laidley, People's Computer Co; Dr. John Henry Martin, IBM; Gary Kildall, Digital Research Products/Demos: LEAP Functional Literacy, Adult Literacy and Learning, Maze Mania
Topic: Episode year: 1987
Computer Chronicles
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A survey of the technology embedded in modern office buildings and private homes. Shot in Hong Kong. Guests: Dr. Po S. Chung, Chinese University HK; Martin Spurrier, HongKong Land Group; R. A. Guy, HS Property Management; Donald Birch, Cathay Pacific; P G H Greene, HongKong Bank; Eric Vincent, Cable & Wireless; Ronald Suen, Kowloon Hotel; William Phillips, Baring Securities; Alfred Ho, Government Info Services Products/Demos:
Topic: Episode year: 1987
Computer Chronicles
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How do you maintain your privacy and still play in the online world? This program offers some suggestions including LPWA, the Lucent Personal Web Assistant, PGP5.5 Personal Privacy encryption software, the Anonymizer, and Firefly Networks Passport software. Also features a visit with a private investigator who deals with cyber privacy issues and a look at how eBay tries to avoid online scams. Originally broadcast in 1998. Copyright 1998 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
Topics: identity theft, fraud, encryption
Computer Chronicles
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Files were getting bigger and bigger and computer users were struggling to find more efficient ways to store their data. This program looks at several solutions including StuffIt Deluxe 4.5, Safeguard Interactive Backup 3.0, Syquest's SparQ Drive, Iomega's Clik! Drive, FutureArts as used by the San Francisco Digital Library, and the DynaMO 640 magneto optical drive. Originally broadcast in 1998.
Topics: iomega, aladdin, syquest, clik, stuffit
Computer Chronicles
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A look at how NASA uses computers to run the space program, launch manned spacecraft, and manage the overall operations of America's space program. Guests: Products/Demos: Space Physics Analysi Network; Total Ozone Map Spectrometer; Space Science Data Center; Silicon Graphics Space Simulator.
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Topics: space, nasa, astronaut
Computer Chronicles
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Meet teenage software pirates, computer lawyers and the battle over software ownership. Guests: Mark Pump, Alpha Logic; Smith McKeithen, Activision; Frankie Mouse, Hacker; Neil Smith, Software Publish Assoc; John Draper (Captain Crunch); Gary Kildall, DRI Products/Demos: Locksmith, Cap'n Software, Easy Writer, MacWare. Copyright 1985 Stewart Cheifet Productions.
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Topic: Episode year: 1985
Computer Chronicles
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There used to be a limit to the amount of memory you could have in a DOS based computer - 640k. But as new applications demanded more RAM, utilities came out to try and solve that problem. This program looks at solutions such as QEMM-386, Manifest, and Optimize from Quarterdeck. Also, 386Max 5.1, DESQview, OS/2 1.21, Virtual 2.0, and AutoCAD's DOS Extender. Originally broadcast in 1990.
Topics: memory, RAM, OS/2
Computer Chronicles
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Meet the top women in a field that has traditionally been dominated by men. Guests: Thelma Estrin, UCLA; Judy Estrin, Bridge Communications; Kay Gilliland, EQUALS; Elizabeth Scott, Rhiannon Software; Adele Goldberg, Xerox PARC; Jan Lewis, Palo Alto Research Grp; Gary Kildall, Digital Research Originally broadcast in 1985. Copyright Stewart Cheifet Productions 1985.
Topic: Episode year: 1985
Computer Chronicles
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A look at how computers are changing the political process including campaign management, voter profiling, fundraising, and grass roots organizing. Produced in 1985. Guests: Gary Kildall, Digital Research; Frank Tobe, Tobe & Associates; Roger Lee, Capital Data Communic; Rep. Bob Carr, Dem Michigan; Rep. Ed Zschau, Rep California; Gary Chapman, CPSR; George Morrow, Morrow Computing Products/Demos: Washington Alert Service, Q Systems Solon
Topic: Episode year: 1985
CD-ROM Software Collection
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One of the most historically important artifacts to come from the home computer telecommunications revolution was shareware CDs, compact discs put out by companies containing hundreds of megabytes of shareware. Initially containing less than the full capacity of the discs (600mb, later 700mb) these items eventually began brimming with any sort of computer data that could be packaged and sold. As material "ran out", that is, as sellers of these CDs found they were unable to easily find...
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This is a wide and variant collection of CD-ROM based software, that is, software that came on a CD-ROM for installation on computers, or played in consoles. Ranging from applications and games to gatherings of public-domain software or clip art, the heyday of the CD-ROM is roughly 1989 to 2001. In all cases, the capacity of the CD-ROM stayed steady at 640-700mb a side, although some used tricks to claim they had more (due to compression, or adding up both sides of two-sided CD-ROMs). Most are...
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In the early years of home computer ownership, magazines and newsletters might come bundled with a floppy disk to make it easier to load up programs discussed within their pages. These attached floppies (and cassettes as well) might have one or two programs on them. After the dawn of CD-ROMs, packed-in CD-ROMs (and later DVD-ROMs) expanded out into lauded utilities and games, and also included drivers, demos, promotional material (including game trailers), and ultimately could be entire...
Topics: software, magazines, cd-rom, dvd-rom, dvd, cd
IBM PC Compatible CD-ROMs
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A collection of IBM PC CD-ROM Based Software, primarily from the 1990-2000 era.
Shareware CD-ROMs
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One of the most historically important artifacts to come from the home computer telecommunications revolution was shareware CDs, compact discs put out by companies containing hundreds of megabytes of shareware. Initially containing less than the full capacity of the discs (600mb, later 700mb) these items eventually began brimming with any sort of computer data that could be packaged and sold. As material "ran out", that is, as sellers of these CDs found they were unable to easily find...
Topics: Mark Fugitt, Mike Laybourn, sysop, RBBS software
Shareware CD-ROMs
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Two-disc CD-ROM set for Commodore Amiga. "SCI-FI Sensation is an exciting new CD-ROM containing over 1.3GIG of SCI-FI images, animations, 3D objects, Sound FX, Documents, Themetunes, Scripts & SCI-FI games. Subjects included are: Babylon5, Startrek (The original, TNG, Deep Space 9 and Voyager), Batman, Dr Who, Thunderbirds, Robocop, Sea Quest DSV, Bladerunner, Aliens, Terror hawks, 2001, Blake7, Battlestar Galactica, Tron, Total Recal, 2010, Space 1999 etc." — Print ad
Topics: amiga, cd-rom, sci-fi
The DOOM Level CD Collection
collection
56
ITEMS
4.5M
VIEWS
collection
eye 4.5M
"Doom WAD is the default format of package files for the video game Doom or its sequel Doom II, that contain sprites, levels, and game data. WAD stands for "Where's All the Data?" Immediately after its release in 1993, Doom attracted a sizeable following of players who created their own mods for WAD files—packages containing levels, graphics and other game data—and played a vital part in spawning the mod-making culture which is now commonplace for first-person shooters....
Installation and Driver CD-ROMs
collection
268
ITEMS
251,558
VIEWS
by Various
collection
eye 251,558
CD-ROM images of driver discs, installation media, and documentation companions that were included with hardware or operating systems.
The Walnut Creek CD-ROM Collection
collection
224
ITEMS
151,429
VIEWS
by Walnut Creek
collection
eye 151,429
Walnut Creek CDROM (of Walnut Creek, California) was an early provider of freeware, shareware and free software on CD-ROMs. The company was founded in August 1991 by Bob Bruce and was one of the first commercial distributors of free software on CD-ROMs. The company produced hundreds of titles on CD-ROMs, and ran the busiest FTP site on the Internet, ftp.cdrom.com, for many years. The CD-ROMs in this collection were imaged from original Walnut Creek CDs.
Community Software
software
eye 3,347
favorite 3
comment 0
Need For Speed Hot Pursuit 2 - Windows98+ (EA)(ENG)
Historical Software Collection
by Warren Robinett
software
eye 4,394
favorite 18
comment 3
Click here for the manual. Adventure is a 1979 maze video game for the Atari 2600 video game console and is considered the first action-adventure game. Its creator, Warren Robinett, introduced the first widely known Easter egg to the gaming world. Adventure was published by the console's developer, Atari, Inc. It was inspired by a computer text game, Colossal Cave Adventure, created by Will Crowther and later modified by Don Woods. Despite discouragement from his boss at Atari who said it could...
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Topics: Atari, Warren Robinett, Adventure, Easter Egg
Historical Software Collection
by Howard Scott Warshaw
software
eye 2,886
favorite 9
comment 1
Yars' Revenge is a video game released for the Atari 2600 in 1982. It was created by Howard Scott Warshaw, who also wrote the 2600 titles Raiders of the Lost Ark and the much-derided E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Yars' Revenge was Atari's best selling original title for the 2600. Yars' Revenge is a video game released for the Atari 2600 in 1982. It was created by Howard Scott Warshaw, who also wrote the 2600 titles Raiders of the Lost Ark and the much-derided E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Yars'...
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Topics: Atari 2600, Howard Scott Warshaw, Yars' Revenge
Historical Software Collection
by TACS Games
software
eye 1,734
favorite 2
comment 0
Flappo Bird  is a completely original action game for the Atari 2600.  Guide a little yellow bird through the maze of green objects. Get one point for each screen of objects you manage to pass.  Features: 1 Player Yellow Bird Green Objects Score Title Screen Flapping Instructions: Press the Joystick  Fire  button to start the game and then avoid as many obstacles as you can by pressing  Fire  to flap the little bird's wings. Flappo Bird is the work of TACS Games. The binary file is...
Topics: Atari 2600, Flappo, Bird
Historical Software Collection
software
eye 10,147
favorite 19
comment 7
Halo 2600 is an action-adventure video game developed for the Atari 2600 video game console, inspired by the Halo series of video games. The player uses the joystick to control the character of Master Chief as he makes his way through 64 screens, divided into four zones: outdoors, Covenant base, ice world, and a final boss area. Weapons and power-ups are available to combat the many enemies that appear. The player and enemies can each be killed by one hit unless a shield is collected. There are...
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Software Library: MS-DOS Games
by Maxis Software Inc.
software
eye 722,208
favorite 623
comment 15
Developed by Maxis Software Inc. Released 1989 Also For Acorn 32-bit, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, BBC Micro, CDTV, Commodore 64, Electron, FM Towns, Macintosh, OS/2, Palm OS, PC-98, Sharp X68000, SNES, Symbian, Wii, Windows, Windows 3.x, ZX Spectrum Published by Brøderbund Software, Inc. Perspective Top-down Setting Contemporary Genre Simulation Gameplay City Building / Construction Simulation, Managerial / Business Simulation Visual Free-roaming camera Description SimCity sets you as the...
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Software Library: MS-DOS Games
software
eye 46,676
favorite 114
comment 2
MS-DOS: SimCity Classic by (1994)
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Computer Game Manuals
texts
eye 1,019
favorite 1
comment 0
SimCity 3000 Unlimited
Topics: city, simcity, scenario, click, unlimited, building, sims, button, buildings, script, building...
The Software Library Workbench
software
eye 543
favorite 1
comment 1
SimCity Enhanced CD-ROM
favorite ( 1 reviews )
The Software Library Workbench
software
eye 481
favorite 1
comment 0
MS-DOS: JetFighter Full Burn by (1998)