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Thursday 22nd September 2011
Erik N (Australia)

I remember first seeing this computer in the Melbourne Museum when I was only 3 - and I can remember all the lights flickering although it wasn''t turned on. If it had been, the Melbourne Museum''s circuit breakers would have all tripped.


Monday 13rd September 2010
JBH (Australia)

Not so funny-one of the programmers who worked on it has developed an emulator!

http://www.csse.unimelb.edu.au/dept/about/csirac/emulator.html

It was also the first computer used to play music, believe it or not....


Thursday 5th May 2005
Sam (UK)

Well, it might be interesting.


Friday 22nd April 2005
Emuman (European union)

What about emulator of this computer ? huh hah hah





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