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Steve Horejsi using the terminal to Carleton's TSS-8 timesharing computer, perhaps in 1970 or 1971. The modem connects to the telephone acoustically, by placing the phone receiver in the cups of the coupler. It transmits (and receives) data at 110 baud. The computer itself has 32767 12-bit words of memory. It supports up to 16 simultaneous users. The disk drive stores 256k bytes of information, and is shared among the entire Carleton user community. Just in case you're feeling like your computer at home or at work is a little small or slow.
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