Stefan Bruemmer

Stefan Bruemmer

Hamburg, Germany / webdesign & BJJ
Stefan Bruemmer
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High Performance SVGs, SARAH DRASNER // AUGUST 1, 2016

I recently worked on a project that was getting a ton of traffic but users were bouncing because the page load was too long at around 10 seconds.

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A Curated Collection of the 30 Best Google Fonts

A Curated Collection of the 30 Best Google Fonts

The ICL 7500 series are a range of terminals and workstations that were developed by the now defunct UK computing company, ICL, during the 1970s. Similar in size to a desk side or tower PC, the ICL 7500 machines were intended to function in an office environment. By the 1980s, highly specialized versions of these machines had the ability to run the latest available games of the time, such as Pac­Man and Space Invaders.

The ICL 7500 series etc.) are a range of terminals and workstations that were developed by the now defunct UK computing company, ICL, during the By the highly specialised versions of these machines had the ability to

The ENDIM 2000 analog computer was a tube-­based design developed and manufactured in the former German Democratic Republic. About 20 machines were produced. The surviving machine is now held at the the Technische Sammlungen Dresden.

An photograph of rhe ENDIM 2000 analog computer, shot against a pastel blue background. Photographer Docubyte and production studio Ink make historic computers look sexy in this new photo series.

The IBM 729 Magnetic Tape Unit was IBM’s iconic tape mass storage system from the late 1950s through the mid­ 1960s. Part of the IBM 7 track family of tape units, it used magnetic tape up to 2,400 feet long wound on reels up to 10.5 inches.

The IBM 729 Magnetic Tape Unit was IBM’s iconic tape mass storage system from the late through the mid­ Part of the IBM 7 track family of tape units, it used magnetic tape up to feet long wound on reels up to inches.

IBM 1401 is a variable word length decimal computer first produced in 1959. The first member of the highly successful IBM 1400 series, it was aimed at replacing tabulation machines equipment for processing data stored on punched cards. Over 12,000 units were produced, with some nations using them into the 1980s.

This colourful series of ten historic computers, created in close collaboration between INK and Docubyte, documents the beginning of our computing history.Featuring such famous machines as the IBM 1401 and Alan Turing’s Pilot ACE, Guide to Computing sho&