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Design Credits

The original Profectus logo was based on the the computer flowchart symbol for a magnetic tape drive. Tristan Boyd revised the logo to its current form.

This web site was based on the design Reflection by Pat Heard and downloaded from the Open Source Web Design site. The original design has been substantially changed and the original author is not responsible for the appearance or the code of this web site.

Content Credits

Thanks to Bruce Alspaugh, "Ben C", Karen Dew, "dorayme", Bill Karwin, Thomas Mueller, Patsy Segall, Andrew Thompson and Oliver Wong for contributions, comments and suggestions.

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Program Credits

The photograph albums were produced using JAlbum .

The email address on the Contacts page was obfuscated at AddressMunger.com in the hope that it would not be harvested for spam emails.

Web Hosting Credits

Profectus.com.au is registered with Enetica, uses the free ZoneEdit as the domain name manager and is hosted on a Profectus Pty Ltd server. Profectus.asia is registered with DomainMonster and uses the free domain name management and hosting by 000webhost.com. The sites are monitored by Host Tracker, Montastic and StatCounter.

Audio Credits

The recording of an IBM 7094 singing "A Bicycle Built for Two (Daisy)" was obtained from audio.textfiles.com/sounds It was programmed on an IBM 704 by John Kelly and Carol Lockbaum (vocal) and Max Mathews (accompaniment).

Photo Credits

Felicity Boyd photographed David Segall for the Résumé page.

Garry Parker provided images for the MythTV page.

Symbols for Rendezvous courtesy of the Integration and Application Network, University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science .

Legal Credits

The copyright document for this site is provided by Creative Commons. You may use any original content on this site, except the Company name and logo, under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 License but please do not copy any images from this site. I believe that incorporating the image constitutes "fair use" but many have been included without permission from the copyright holders. The Image Credits below indicate the source of some freely available images.

Image Credits

The heading image on Home Page features, from left to right, The English Electric KDF6 from the brochure, the Official Opening of LEO III/15, Shell Australia from Leo Computers Society , the English Electric System 4-70 from Mike Whitehead's web site , the IBM 370 from the IBM History site (permission pending), the IBM System 3 Model 10 from the IBM System 3 web site, the DEC PDP 11-35 from Steve Maddison's DEC collection.

The heading image on the Contacts Page has images from CSIRAC from The University of Melbourne.

The heading image on the this page has images from left to right, The IBM 704 Console from the IBM Archives (permission pending), two views of the IBM 704 at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, , the IBM 704 Console amd the , the IBM 704 ConsoleI

The heading image on the Contacts Page features, from left to right, the Univac (Lawrence Livermore Laboratories).

The heading image on the Muticolumn page features, from left to right, the Teletype ASR33, Decwriter LA36, IBM3270, DEC VT100, Tektronix 4010, Televideo 925, IBM 3101, Apple iPhone and a Philips HDTV.

The heading image on David Segall's CV Page features, from left to right, Ada Lovelace, James Gosling (Java), John McCarthy (Lisp), John Backus (Fortran), Dennis Ritchie (C), Grace Hopper (COBOL), Edgar Codd (Relational Databases), John Kemeny and Thomas Kurtz (BASIC), Tim Berners-Lee (HTML), Alan Turing, Alan Cooper (Visual Basic).

The heading image on the Film Diary Page features, from left to right, Nicole Kidman, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan in "You Have Mail", Kristin Scott-Thomas, Robert Redford and Paul Newman in "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid", Audrey Hepburn in "Breakfast at Tiffany's", Kim Novak, Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins, Grace Kelly and James Stewart in "Rear Window", Amy Adams, Penelope Cruz.

The heading image on the Viktor Singer Page are from the The Bookplate Society.

Click on the images below for an enlarged image. The links in the caption are to more information about the subject or the source of the image.

Nostalgia

First Four U.S. Army Photo. Left: Patsy Simmers, holding ENIAC board Next: Mrs. Gail Taylor, holding EDVAC board Next: Mrs. Milly Beck, holding ORDVAC board Right: Mrs. Norma Stec, holding BRLESC-I board

IBM 704 From Columbia University Computing History. The IBM 704 computer room at Lawrence Livermore, October 1956. Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Photo.

Leo 3 LEO III/20 Colonial Mutual Life, Melbourne.
l to r: John Hobbs, Ian Lloyd, Mike Smith, Gary Diver.
Leo Computers Society photograph.

Web Semantics "This means that machines, as well as operating on the web information, can do real things. For example, a program could search for a house and negotiate transfer of ownership of the house to a new owner. The land registry guarantees that the title actually represents reality." Tim Berners-Lee 1994

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