Food (Day 13 of Museum 30 Challenge)

This is the kitchen computer and it appeared in the Neiman Marcus 1969 Christmas catalogue. For $10,600 you got the computer, a cookbook, apron and a TWO WEEK PROGRAMMING class you had to take in order to operate it. Surprisingly none were sold.

Labels (Day 6 of Museum 30 Challenge)

Knobs, with writing on them, from SAGE. SAGE was a computer used during the height of the Cold War to track enemy planes. Operators describe long period of boredom along with seconds of sheer panic. I can only imagine. Wonder during what activity period these notes were written?

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