There was a time not so long ago when computers were not thin, stylish, devices you slip into a pocket or wear on your wrist, but enormous, fabulous machines with flashing lights and spinning fans. These behemoths filled rooms and captured imaginations with their promise of the future. James Ball‘s ongoing series Guide To Computing is a love letter to the technology of yore. His bright, colorful photos bring a graphic look to 10 computers from the 1940s to the 1970s. More at WIRED.com. (📷 James Ball | @docubyte)



There was a time not so long ago when computers were not thin, stylish, devices you slip into a pocket or wear on your wrist, but enormous, fabulous machines with flashing lights and spinning fans. These behemoths filled rooms and captured imaginations with their promise of the future. James Ball‘s ongoing series Guide To Computing is a love letter to the technology of yore. His bright, colorful photos bring a graphic look to 10 computers from the 1940s to the 1970s. More at WIRED.com. (📷 James Ball | @docubyte)
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