That blink of an 1980s eye, filled with excitement and anticipation, will too be your favourite nerdy childhood moment, one you never knew you so appreciated.
The Clock
Marcin Wichary

In the 1970s and 1980s, computers were fringe. People who knew how to use them were considered in par with scientists and academics. The earliest computers filled an entire room, they were noisy, and they took a lot of manual effort to operate.

At least in the early 1970s, when the floppy disk drive entered into the arena, the personal computer became a real possibility for regular geeks around the world to own and play with at home.

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