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Ian King, senior vintage systems engineer at the Living Computer Museum in Seattle, stands by a memory module of an early 1970s computer with 16 kilobytes of memory. (Associated Press)

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Ian King, senior vintage systems engineer at the Living Computer Museum in Seattle, stands by a memory module of an early 1970s computer with 16 kilobytes of memory. (Associated Press)

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In this photo taken Oct. 30, 2012, Ian King, senior vintage systems engineer at the Living Computer Museum in Seattle, sits at the controls of a DEC PDP-7 computer from the mid 1960s, one of the oldest running computers at Paul Allen's newly opened Living Computer Museum, which features working models of old computers. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

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In this photo taken Oct. 30, 2012, Ian King, senior vintage systems engineer at the Living Computer Museum in Seattle, holds a strip of paper tape that is used to run a DEC PDP-7 computer from the mid 1960s, one of the oldest running computers at Paul Allen's newly opened Living Computer Museum, which features working models of old computers. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)