go back to the library entrance or go home
see also: computing
"information not only about technical specifications of old computers, but also instructions to make an old computer running again"
"explore a galaxy of vintage radios"
gallery of texas instruments calculators educational toys
archive of faq files from various usenet groups
"displays and describes hewlett-packard calculators introduced from 1968 to 1986", plus software and repair tips.
"retrotechnology research lab" with user guides, screenshots, and writeups on the restoration of various machines
"displaying an amazing collection of modern and classic domestic plugs and sockets from all over the world"
"an ad hoc database of the deceased, the slowly-rotting, the undead, and the never-lived media"
archive of text files that were meant to be shared, mostly from the 1980s, as well as some other bits of computing and internet history
"website dedicated to preserving and showcasing" the interfaces of various operating systems throughout time
confusing, barely-usable, or otherwise bad moments in 90's software interface design. also has a hall of fame for interface elements the curator thought were particularly good
pictures and information about "interactive toys that are obscure or are lacking documentation"
a collection of toy robots with pictures, information, and owner's manuals. for some of the robots, there's pictures of the internal parts as well