[Photos] 1983 photos, 4704 PC computer

https://books.google.com/books?id=tbIGz5NppoYC&printsec=frontcover&source=gbs_ge_summary_r&cad=0#v=onepage&q&f=false

Scroll through this magazine, and see a plethora of old keyboards, terminals, and computers. Info on a PC that used 4704 keyboards is included.
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Nice, but that's 163 pages of scrolling! :P

Some of the highlights:

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Now that I received my F107, I'm totally gonna read it all to know more about it and get some "in action" pictures :D
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Myoth wrote:Now that I received my F107, I'm totally gonna read it all to know more about it and get some "in action" pictures :D

Looking foreward to that! :P
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seebart wrote:Nice, but that's 163 pages of scrolling! :P

Some of the highlights:

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Look at the average body sizes in that photo of the early 1980s, before most of the Americans gained pounds after the low-salt low-fat dietary guideline and the epidemic obesity took over with the food industry's high sugar addictive strategy.

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Menuhin wrote:Look at the average body sizes in that photo of the early 1980s, before most of the Americans gained pounds after the low-salt low-fat dietary guideline and the epidemic obesity took over with the food industry's high sugar addictive strategy.

Models.
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I read this for the articles and not the centerfolds :ugeek:
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Not models. This is a disgusting picture of two data slaves in an extremely cramped workplace with no less than three micro-managers looking if they are doing it right.
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webwit wrote:Not models. This is a disgusting picture of two data slaves in an extremely cramped workplace with no less than three micro-managers looking if they are doing it right.

It's "disgusting" because they all look too happy. Blank fear.
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