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Vinyl Data

This is just too damn cool not to share. The ever-questing Gnome has pointed the way to this awesome bit of retro geekery: vinyl data. That's right: back in the day, a handful of artists actually encoded software onto their LPs, mostly for an old-school computer called the Sinclair Spectrum ZX. The user had to record the sound off the record onto a tape and then read the data off the tape. Geek-a-licious.

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Comments on Vinyl Data
  Comment from Blogger gnome at Friday, July 13, 2007 11:37:00 AM
Ah, yes, impecable taste...


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