Few people have heard of it, yet many consider John Blankenbaker's KENBAK-1 to be the first commercial personal computer.

Koss introduced these headphones over 40 years ago, and they remain affordable favorites to this day.

RetroBytes: Soviet Arcade Games, Wooden Music Players And More

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A few random things that caught my attention today...

Open Emu - An open source video game emulation system for the Mac that lets you play six games at once, dramatically increasing your productivity. Just don't apply the same technique to romance.

Twitterized Typewriter - The lowly intern at oomlout gets to feed endless reams of A4 paper into their snazzy new Twitter typewriter. She secretly wishes she'd trained to become a hairstylist instead.

Fifteen Kopeks of fun - The Museum of Soviet Arcade Machines now has a stunningly beautiful website, so it's time to pretend you speak Russian while admiring the pretty pictures.

Wooden iPod - Josh created a decidedly steampunk wood and brass case for his aging iPod Nano. Then he posted it on flickr to humiliate those of us who think that crafting dinky little Lego spaceships is an earth-shattering achievement. 

Moon Bomb - NASA plans to blast a 5 mile wide crater into the surface of the moon. What could possibly go wrong?

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