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Computers, 1964  “A computer fed information by engineers at Los Angeles took only 1.2 second this week to come up with what was described as Miss Formula, the girl with everything. Her dimensions: height, 5 feet, 6 inches; weight, 115-118 pounds and measurements, 36-24-36.”

Computers, 1964 “A computer fed information by engineers at Los Angeles took only 1.2 second this week to come up with what was described as Miss Formula, the girl with everything. Her dimensions: height, 5 feet, 6 inches; weight, 115-118 pounds and measurements, 36-24-36.”

Sony HB-201 MSX computer.

Sony HB-201 MSX computer.

How it Works: Computers 1971 - these aren't computers but key punch machines. They pinched the rectangular holes in IBM cards that were used as computer memory. Key punch operating was a huge career field for women in those days.

How it Works: Computers 1971 - these aren't computers but key punch machines. They pinched the rectangular holes in IBM cards that were used as computer memory. Key punch operating was a huge career field for women in those days.

Welcome to the Moon: a UNIVAC 9400

Make mainframes, not war: how Mad Men sold computers in the 1960s and 1970s

Revealed: The Apple computer prototypes from the early 1980s which were the forerunners of today's iPads and MacBooks. This 1998 file photo provided by Apple shows Apple CEO Steve Jobs holding an iMac computer.

Revealed: The Apple computer prototypes from the early 1980s which were the forerunners of today's iPads and MacBooks

Revealed: The Apple computer prototypes from the early 1980s which were the forerunners of today's iPads and MacBooks. This 1998 file photo provided by Apple shows Apple CEO Steve Jobs holding an iMac computer.

madddscience: “A futuristic office composed of a typewriter, television screens, video recorder and a photocopier from an 1969 exhibition in Hanover, Germany. ”

madddscience: “A futuristic office composed of a typewriter, television screens, video recorder and a photocopier from an 1969 exhibition in Hanover, Germany. ”

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