|09/15/18||The publication of the the Creative Computing has been completed.|
|09/15/18||RSS feeder is no more updated.|
|09/04/18||We continue to publish things, but we are a bit discouraged. There is very little traffic on the site, the surveys have revealed a total failure, the blog is not interested in anyone, in short, we have no feedback on what to do and where to go. Maybe it's time to stop and think.|
|06/28/18||We are uploading a lot of magazines, specifically HP Journal and Compute! Gazzette.|
|06/14/18||New manuals, magazines and brochures! Keep track with our RSS.|
What is 1000 BiT?
We are one of the most extensive web archives of vintage computers.
This year is our 20th anniversary, we want to express our appreciation to our users and collaborators who have supported us through the years.
First and foremost, here you will find a lot of useful information about vintage computers, but also the biggest online vintage brochure collection and a treasure trove of old manuals, advertisements and magazines, be sure to check 'em out!
Second, here you can manage your collection of your vintage computers and maybe even expand it! Register now and create your collection with a few clicks on My collection page. Select your vintage computers from our vast database and add them to your list to keep track of your old treasures. Show off your amazing collection to the internet, let's get started!
Third, here you can find an active and growing community of vintage computers enthusiasts to share your passion with.
Register to send messages and make new friends.
For fun, nothing more. We love playing with our old computers, "tinkering" with these jewels, collecting news, photos, comments, interviews, talking to people who had used them for leisure or work, or simply cleaning them.
Simple, you can put it in! In fact, those registered users who have indicated their availability to become active contributors are allowed to insert new technical data into the database.
The trickiest part of our hobby is the recovery of information and old materials such as brochures and adverts. By and large, we rely on our community to integrate additional information and grow our database every day.
Send us your pictures of your vintage computers, scanned material . We will proceed to upload them into our database as soon as we can.
You will be rewarded with "contribution points" and the satisfaction of having contributed to saving a piece of computer history.
Help us complete our missing information, it really makes our day!
The best names had already been taken ... so we resorted to the binary code: yes! 1000 corresponds to 8 in decimal numbers, which works just fine for us, as here we mainly deal with vintage computers, also known as 8 bit home computers. But not just 8 bits, we discuss about all those computers that have shaped the history of computer science and the people who have designed and invented them.
This site was born from the ashes of what was known as "Il mio angolo" (My safe haven) and therefore mainly based on my computer collection which I officially started in April 1998.
More ways you can contribute
We appreciate your feedback and will use it to evaluate changes and make improvements in our website. Your opinion is very important to us. You can write to us to make a suggestion.
Are you a native English speaker? We really care about the quality of our contents, suggest better English translations!
Thank you for contributing to making our website more accessible to our international audience.
Top Five contributors:
Here is the complete ranking of our awesome contributors.
Create your account on 1000bit !
Become a Top Contributor sending us new material and feedback, earn contribution points and work your way up the ladder.
Register now and ask to contribute. It's easy!
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