Changeset 369 in t29-www


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Timestamp:
Apr 14, 2013, 10:07:13 PM (6 years ago)
Author:
heribert
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IBM 026 in die englische Seite aufgenommen + in News eingestellt.

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  • en/computer/punchcard.php

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    4040       information on a prescribed position on the punch card.</p>
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     42          <div class="box left clear-after">
     43        <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/ibm26.jpg" alt="IBM 026 Card-Punch" width="450" height="431" />
     44        <p class="bildtext" id="026"><b id="026">IMB 026 Printing-Card-Punch</b></p>
     45        Beginning in 1949 IBM built two versions of this card punch: The IBM 024
     46which could just punch cards and the IBM 026 which could additionally print
     47the data being punched on the top of the card in human-readable form, so the
     48IBM 026 was actually a printing card punch. The printer is of ingenious
     49design: A very compact wire printer only a couple of cubic inches in size,
     50which is driven by the punch mechanism.<br>
     51This is a typical example for the art of engineering that was common at IBM
     52at that time: Developing simple, yet powerful solutions. Due to this
     53approach, IBM filed (and still does) a vast amount of patent applications.
     54The control system of the card punch only contains 10 relays featuring a lot
     55of contact sets and 9 vacuum tubes.<br>
     56This card punch was so successful that it was built unmodified for 20 years
     57and was sold world wide - an exceptional record in an area like electronic
     58data processing.</p>
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    4264    <div class="box center auto-bildbreite">
    4365        <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/ibm_029-juki.jpg" alt="IBM 029 und Juki" width="580" height="340" />
  • en/news.php

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    66        $neues_menu = <<< MENU
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     7- titel: "IBM 026 Card-Punch"
     8  text: ""
     9  link: "#April_2013"
     10       
    811- titel: "Pianola"
    912  text: "Functional explanation of the pianola"
     
    1821  link: "#November_2012"
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    20 - titel: "Gamma55"
    21   text: "A new new acquisition"
    22   link: "#July_2012"
    23 
    24 - titel: "UNIVAC Software discovery"
    25   text: "A bunch of punch cards"
    26   link: "#April_2012"
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    3025MENU;
     
    4136    <ul class="news-feed">
    4237       
     38<li><h3>April 2013</h3><br>
     39<div class="box left clear-after">
     40<img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/ibm26.jpg" width="300" height="287" />
     41IBM 026 Card Punch now in the technikum29 <a href="/en/computer/punchcard.php#026"><b><br>Look here</b></a><br><br>
     42
     43</div>
    4344        <li><h3>March 2013</h3><br>
    4445<div class="box left clear-after">
     
    6364<div class="clear"></div>
    6465       
    65         <li><h3>September 2012</h3>
    66 We have overhauled our web pages. The most important changes are a better
    67 outline, better navigation and an overall better appearance.
    68 
    69 <li><h3>July 2012</h3>
    70 <div class="box left">
    71 <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/bull-ge55.jpg" width="375" height="195"/>
    72 </div>
    73 <div class="clear"></div>
    74 
    75 <p>A "new" computer back from the punch card era has arrived at the museum: A BULL
    76 Gamma 55 (also known as GE-55). A wonderful system that has been built in
    77 1966/1967 and survived 26 years in storage in Switzerland. Since the system
    78 comes with all of the necessary documentation we are planning to restore it to
    79 working condition (cf. the section describing the Gamma 55).</p><br>
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    82         <li><h3>April 2012</h3>
    83         <div class="box left">
    84 <img src="/shared/photos/rechnertechnik/univac/lochkarten.jpg" width="350" height="87"/>
    85 </div>
    86         Unbelievable software-discovery for our UNIVAC 9200 <a href="/en/computer/univac9200.php#cards"><b>Read more here:</b></a>
    87 <div class="clear"></div></li>
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    9868    </ul>
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