long-lines.net Computer History Simulation Project Wayback Last updated Jan. 27, 2008. The Web changes constantly, and sometimes that page that had just the information you needed yesterday (or last month or two years ago) is not available today. At other times you may want to see how a page's content or design has changed. There are several sources for finding Web pages as they used to exist. While Google's cache is probably the best known, the others are important alternatives that may have pages not available at Google or the Wayback Machine plus they may have an archived page from a different date. Note that none of these include all Web pages. For more details on searching the Wayback Machine, see my article "The Wayback Machine: The Web's Archive."
eBooks Space Xerox Alto source code Paul McJones Revised 1 September 2014 Contents A walk through the archive: people and software Hardware BCPL software Mesa software Smalltalk software Lisp software Oral histories More on the archive File names Dump/load files Disk-image files Viewable formats Raw files: endianness File types Provenance A walk through the archive: people and software Here is Butler Lampson's original memo motivating the project: Why Alto. Hardware "Although a number of people in CSL and SSL contributed to the specification of the new system, Butler Lampson, Alan Kay, and Robert Taylor were the individuals primarily responsible for shaping the design. Charles P. "The concept and structure of the Alto are due primarily to Chuck Thacker, Ed McCreight, Butler Lampson, and Alan Kay. C. In the next sections, we look first at the Alto software written in the BCPL programming language, then Mesa, Smalltalk, and finally Lisp. BCPL was designed by Martin Richards at the University of Cambridge in 1966. James H. C.
Archive.org Archives de l'Internet Les « archives de l’internet », photographies de l’internet français constituées par la BnF, peuvent être consultées en Bibliothèque de recherche. Un cadre juridique établi en 2006 La Bibliothèque a pour mission de collecter, conserver et communiquer les sites de l'internet du « domaine français » au titre du dépôt légal (Code du patrimoine, articles L131-1 à L133-1 et R131-1 à R133-1). À ce titre, elle moissonne en priorité : les sites en .fr ou autres extensions liées au territoire (.re., .nc., etc.) ; des sites hors .fr (.com, .org, etc.) mais dont les auteurs sont domiciliés en France ou les contenus sont produits en France. Les collectes sont réalisées à l'aide de robots qui copient pages, images, animations, fichiers audio et vidéo. Des échantillons représentatifs Tous les sites et toutes les pages des sites ne peuvent être archivés. les collectes larges permettent de constituer des échantillons représentatifs du Web (4,5 millions de sites en 2016). Modes de consultation
Free Computer Books Defence Force - News YouTomb Archive-It.org FreeTechBooks Commodore Computers "Commie web page -- Better red than IBM" Commodore Business Machines was founded in 1958 by an Auschwitz survivor named Jack Tramiel. After some time in the typewriter, adding machine, and hand-held calculator markets, Commodore became first company to announce that it was producing a consumer-friendly home computer (the PET 2001). Before they filed bankruptcy in 1994, Commodore had also managed to produce the worlds first multi-media computer (the Amiga) , and what is still today the best selling computer model of all time (the Commodore 64). Although this once dominant company is no more, they still yet live in the hearts of those who loved and appreciated this early pioneer in the realm of personal computers. The first Commodore I ever layed fingers on was a PET-4032 in 6th grade. If you find anything in here you have questions or comments about, feel free to leave me email right here. To return to my home page, click here.
The DEW LINE DEWLINER CONTACT PAGEFind your old friends NOTE: To view Site photos or articles. Click on the site name in the SITE TABLE below Map courtesy of the North American Air Defence Online Radar museum Transpec Mileage Chart Lateral Site to Site distances, Runway information (length - width - elevation), , Vertical distances to selected points, etc (courtesy John Vandenberg) BACKGROUND The Distant Early Warning (DEW) Line began on 15 February 1954 when President Eisenhower signed the bill approving the construction. The actual construction of the 58 sites took place between 1955 and 1957. CONSTRUCTION STATISTICS You will find some interesting DEWLine Construction Statistics here. TRANSITION With the signing of North American Air Defence Modernization agreement at the "Shamrock Summit" between Prime Minister Mulroney and President Reagan in Quebec City on 18 March 1985 the DEW Line began it's eventual upgrading and transition becoming the North Warning System (NWS) of today. The DEWLiner Song