[SIGCIS-Members] question about DIY computing in the 1940s/1950s

Kevin Murrell kevin.murrell at tnmoc.org
Sun Nov 15 04:43:31 PST 2009

I would suggest you might like to look at the following pages about a
machine that was built at Harwell in the UK in the late 1940s / early


Kevin Murrell
Computer Conservation Society
07939 471765

2009/11/15 Evan Koblentz <evan at snarc.net>:
> While writing about the National Bureau of Standards' SEAC tonight, I
> began to wonder: what are some other examples of computers in the late
> 1940s and early 1950s that were developed by customers because it was
> easier than buying one commercially?  I'm specifically interested in
> machines that were completed and put into real-world use, not those
> which were experiments.
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