This man in suburban Syndey has turned his home into a veritable Museum of Computing History. I get the feeling he’s a little bonkers, but he has the right because he’s old and Australian. His house is chock full of tape drives, ancient IBMs, PDP-8s, a Lisa, and so on. There’s a great slideshow; see if you can spot anything from your own computing history (I want my Mac Classic back).
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