This thing take forever to boot.
Upon doing some investigation, this appears to be the Australian CSIRAC computer, made in 1949. This thing consumed 30 kilowatts of power (in comparison, your home computer consumes about 65 to 250 watts).
Note that CSIRAC is not functional at this time, as it would require repairs that would detract from
it’s its authenticity.
Holy zombie Cobain…has anyone else seen or experienced this?
Caption: “We’re getting Windows 7 at work. The graphics guy didn’t like the poster I made for the announcement memo…”
…and look, there’s no USB ports or drive for the user to stick “things” into! I’ll take about 400 of these, thank you.
Caption via Reddit: “It took about two months for my friend to build this, I am very impressed.”
Very nice, submitter, very nice indeed.
I get so frustrated after we have had a help desk website setup internally after 2 years that people STILL come to my desk or stop me in a hallway and ask me a question. So I made this picture today…
I like it! -Scott
The last place you want to make a spelling or grammar mistake is in a computer lab…
*In parenthesis (and tiny print) on the poster: “(SOMETIMES EVEN QUOTATION MARKS WILL BE UNDERLINED…)”
These are becoming popular again…fire up your printers!