Monday, 19 December 2011

Useless - Honeywell Kitchen Computer 1965

Feeling quite useless today. Such days are always annoying because, unlike people of old who always needed to be doing something essential (hunting, cooking, farming etc), I have enough leisure time in which to do something. I tried watching more of 'Inception', but got bored. I listened to music. And I adopted the domestic version of the thousand yard stare. Well, it wouldn't be the military one, would it? 

In keeping with a days of uselessness, I present the Honeywell Model 316 Kitchen Computer, complete with 4K of memory and a built-in chopping board. It stored recipes, and cost $10,600. Number of orders taken by Neiman-Marcus: zero. 

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