Served as both input, output and storage system in the eary days!
Video 1.
1964 IBM 029 Keypunch Card Punching Demonstration by CuriousMarc (2014)
. Source.
Video 2.
Using Punch Cards by Bubbles Whiting (2016)
. Source. Interview at the The Centre for Computing History.
Video 3.
Once Upon A Punched Card by IBM (1964)
. Source. Goes on and on a bit too long. But cool still.
Video 1.
The 1890 US Census and the history of punchcard computing by Stand-up Maths (2020)
. Source. It was basically a counting machine! Shows a reconstruction at the Computer History Museum.
One of the most enduring forms of storage! Started in the 1950s, but still used in the 2020s as the cheapest (and slowest access) archival method. Robot arms are needed to load and read them nowadays.
Video 1.
Web camera mounted insite an IBM TS4500 tape library by lkaptoor (2020)
. Source. Footage dated 2018.
In conventional speech of the early 2000's, is basically a synonym for dynamic random-access memory.
DRAM is often shortened to just random-access memory.
The opposite of volatile memory.
You can't just shred individual sSD files because SSD writes only at large granularities, so hardware/drivers have to copy stuff around all the time to compact it. This means that leftover copies are left around everywhere.
What you can do however is to erase the entire thing with vendor support, which most hardware has support for. On hardware encrypted disks, you can even just erase the keys:
TODO does shredding the
Video 1.
The Engineering Puzzle of Storing Trillions of Bits in your Smartphone / SSD using Quantum Mechanics by Branch Education (2020)
. Source. Nice animations show how quantum tunnelling is used to set bits in flash memory.
Dvorak users will automatically go to Heaven.
For Ciro Santilli, this is not a computer keyboard. It is a fetish.
Electronic Ink such as that found on Amazon Kindle is the greatest invention ever made by man.
Once E Ink reaches reasonable refresh rates to replace liquid crystal displays, the world will finally be saved.
It would allow Ciro Santilli to spend his entire life in front of a screen rather in the real world without getting tired eyes, and even if it is sunny outside.
Ciro stopped reading non-code non-news a while back though, so the current refresh rates are useless, what a shame.
OMG, this is amazing: getfreewrite.com/
PDF table of contents feature requests: twitter.com/cirosantilli/status/1459844683925008385
Remarkable 2 is really, really good. Relatively fast refresh + touchscreen is amazing.
PDF table of contents could be better: twitter.com/cirosantilli/status/1459844683925008385
Display size: 10.3 inches. Perfect size
Way, way before instant messaging, there was... teletype!
Video 1.
Using a 1930 Teletype as a Linux Terminal by CuriousMarc (2020)
. Source.
Video 1.
PCIe computer explained by ExplainingComputers (2018)
. Source.
lspci is the name of several versions of CLI tools used in UNIX-like systems to query information about PCI devices in the system.
On Ubuntu 23.10, it is provided by the pciutils package, which is so dominant that when we say "lspci" without qualitication, that's what we mean.
Sotware project that provides lspci.
lspci is missing such basic functionality!

Articles by others on the same topic (0)

There are currently no matching articles.