Computer Hacking Began with a Cereal Box Toy

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Victorian Engineers built a vast network of copper cables and switching stations to relay text messages, and eventually two-way audio, between distant points. Sounds like Steampunk stuff, but it’s just the old Telegraph and Telephone systems of yesterday, that eventually evolved into the modern telecom…

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The Mad Ned Memo

The Mad Ned Memo

I am Ned Utzig, a lifelong computer gamer, hacker, maker, and engineer. Here for nerdy tales and discussions of computing technology — past, present, and future