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  • 81Universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter — A universal asynchronous receiver/transmitter (usually abbreviated UART and pronEng|ˈjuːɑrt) is a type of asynchronous receiver/transmitter , a piece of computer hardware that translates data between parallel and serial forms. UARTs are commonly… …

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  • 82Commodore PET — A Commodore PET 2001 Manufacturer Commodore International Release date January 1977 (1977 01) …

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  • 83Apple IIc — Mac specs| 65C02 CPUspeed=1.023 MHz|OS=ProDOS|RAM=128 KB (up to 1.125 MB)|RAMtype=| Discontinued=August 1988The Apple IIc, the fourth model in the Apple II series of personal computers, was Apple Computer’s first endeavor to produce a portable… …

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  • 84Scientific opinion on climate change — This article is about scientific opinion on climate change. For public perception and controversy about the scientific consensus, see Public opinion on climate change and Global warming controversy. For opinions of individual dissenting… …

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  • 85Bill Mensch — American engineer William David Mensch, Jr., born 9 February 1945 in Quakertown, Pennsylvania, is the founder, chairman and CEO of the Western Design Center (WDC) of Mesa, Arizona. Before founding the Western Design Center in 1978, Mensch held… …

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  • 86Tangerine Computer Systems — For the Atmos Clock, see Atmos clock. British microcomputer company Tangerine Computer Systems[1] was founded in 1979 by Dr. Paul Johnson, Mark Rainer and Nigel Penton Tilbury in St. Ives, Cambridgeshire The very first product was the successful… …

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  • 87Information ecology — In the context of an evolving information society, the term information ecology marks a connection between ecological ideas with the dynamics and properties of the increasingly dense, complex and important digital informational environment and… …

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  • 88Kobuk River — The Kobuk River is approximately convert|280|mi|km|0|lk=on long, located in the Arctic region of northwestern Alaska in the United States. [USGS Geographic Names Information System (GNIS). [http://geonames.usgs.gov/pls/gnispublic/f?p=gnispq:3:::NO… …

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  • 89Compukit UK101 — The Compukit UK101 microcomputer (1979) was a kit clone of the Ohio Scientific Superboard II single board computer, with a few enhancements for the UK market notably replacing the 24×24 (add guardband kit to give 32×32) screen display with a more …

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  • 90Antonios Nikopolidis — Nikopolidis playing for Olympiacos in 2008 Personal information …

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  • 91Lou Rosenfeld — Louis Rosenfeld is a co author of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web (ISBN 1 56592 282 4, aka the Polar Bear Book ) and principal of [http://louisrosenfeld.com/ Louis Rosenfeld LLC] , an information architecture consultancy. Lou… …

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  • 92List of Algerian writers — *Abdelkader Alloula (1929 1994)*Jean Amrouche (1907 1962) *Malek Bennabi (1905 1973) *Marguerite Taos Amrouche (1913 1976) *Rachid Boudjedra (1914 ) *Al Taher Wattar *Albert Camus(1913 1960) *Mohammed Dib (1920 2003) *Tahar Djaout (1954 1993)… …

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  • 93MOS Technology 6551 — The 6551 Asynchronous Communications Interface Adapter (ACIA) was an integrated circuit made by MOS Technology. It served as a companion UART chip for the widely popular 6502 microprocessor. Intended to implement RS 232, its specifications called …

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  • 94Non-maskable interrupt — A non maskable interrupt (NMI) is a computer processor interrupt that cannot be ignored by standard interrupt masking techniques in the system. It is typically used to signal attention for non recoverable hardware errors. (Some NMIs may be masked …

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  • 95Atari TT030 — Infobox computer Photo = Type = Personal computer Released = 1990 Discontinued = 1993 Processor = Motorola 68030 32MHz Memory = 2/16 MB OS = Atari TOS 3.0xThe Atari TT030 is a 32 bit version of the 16/32 bit Atari ST family.HistoryAtari… …

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  • 96Shinichi Kitaoka — (b. April 20, 1948, 北岡伸一 Kitaoka Shin ichi ) is a professor of political science at Tokyo University and the former Japanese ambassador to the United Nations.Kitaoka received his Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo in 1976 and took a lecturership… …

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  • 978250 — reference frequency. The chip designations carry suffix letters for later versions of the same chip series. For example, the original 8250 was soon followed by the 8250A and 8250B versions that corrected some bugs. Due to the high demand, other… …

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  • 98MOS Technology CIA — Pin configuration of the 6526 CIA The 6526/8520 Complex Interface Adapter (CIA) was an integrated circuit made by MOS Technology. It served as a I/O port controller for the 6502 family of microprocessors, providing for parallel and serial I/O… …

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  • 99Apple IIc Plus — Mac specs| KB (up to 1.125 MB)|RAMtype=|Discontinued=November 1990 The Apple IIc Plus was the sixth and final model in the Apple II line of personal computers, produced by Apple Computer. The Plus in the name was a reference to the additional… …

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  • 100Ohio Scientific — Challenger 2P, with optional double disk unit. On display at the Musée Bolo, EPFL, Lausanne. Ohio Scientific Inc. (also known as Ohio Scientific Instruments) was a United States computer company that built and marketed computers from the late… …

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