Sunday, November 1, 2015

#129) Short Librascope LGP-30 Video Posted on YouTube

Mark Greenia, founder of the Computer History Archive Project (a not-for-profit research activity), recently posted a new video on the history of the LGP-30 and its recently discovered vintage vacuum tube circuit boards. Note, the video graciously gives partial credit to the Librascope Memories website.

Click here to see the 5 minute video.

Mr. Greenia, an active computer historian, has collected and generously donated many significant vintage computer items to various institutions. He has also published many other historical computer videos on YouTube, and in the early 2000's he authored a multimedia collection and a book on the history of computing.

The multimedia History of Computing collection, with full text and videos, is now online for viewing (click here). Regrettably, due to licensing problems at the time, Librascope’s contributions were not included, and it is not possible to add them now.