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Here are some old school computer parts performing their rendition of Skrillex’s “Bangarang.” [VIA]
This is a video demonstration of a functioning plotter that is made completely out of cardboard. In the end, it has a message for you. [VIA]
This is footage from the 80s that was shot for a show about technological trends and innovations. In this clip, Apple employees discuss the planning and creation of their guidebook “A Personal Guide to Personal Computers.” See the full video … Continue reading
Here are some vintage computer parts performing their rendition of Fun.’s “We Are Young.”
This is a collection of old machines destined for landfill, that were dismantled and reverse engineered so they to make sounds that could be controlled via MIDI. In this example, the machines play Bob Dylan’s “The Times They Are A-Changin.” … Continue reading
This is Rich DuLaney and he is going to pitch this fancy OS/2 computer to you – it slices and dices. [VIA]
Here are a bunch of old computers and a xylophone synchronizing together to play Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know.” [VIA]
Here is a kitty licking a computer fan. Why? Because that’s what it wants to do.
This is a video demonstrating MaKey MaKey – which turns anything into a keyboard. How cool is this? [VIA]
Here is a really cute kitten hanging out on a computer when it hits a button and all of a sudden it is in a war with whatever is on that screen. Go kitty go!