The roots of all online RPGs date back to 1978... and a PDP-10 computer.
Plus: How to display colorful art whenever you start a new Linux Terminal.
Not a joke. Really happened. The story is fascinating.
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Like the ones used in the NES, Apple II, and C64... except thin. And flexible.
A really, really classy looking one.
68000 CPU (like the Mac and Amiga) and 4 MB of RAM. All powered by AA batteries. (Seriously.)
Bringing in some backup!
Because it sure ain't Ada Lovelace.
Thinking about the legendary creator of microcomputer operating systems and the BIOS.
Because ASCII is cool.
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