Trunk-net: How we built computers before the Internet

closed trunk of an old Pontiac car


In the beginning of the computer revolution, information about semiconductors (microprocessors, A/D converters, RAM, DRAM, EPROM, etc.) was only available in books that the semiconductor manufacturers printed. The semiconductor representatives were the lifeblood of our revolution!


Image by Paul C Lee from Pixabay


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