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Very little has changed inside the LCC since the Kennedy administration: Digital screens have replaced paper teletype machines, and servers in the ranch house above provide the capsule crews Internet access as well as Direct TV for slow shifts.
Baudot’s teletype machine, also called a teletypewriter, used a five-key keyboard, write Froehlich and Kent.
In March 1974, Hong Kong police officers sent an urgent teletype to American law enforcement authorities.
In 2008, what started during the Cold War as a teletype messaging system became a secure system for transferring messages and documents over fiber-optic lines.
There was the endless wire service teletype equipment spitting out news, the chatter of typewriters and telephones constantly ringing.
Among the collectibles offered will be a Western Union telegraph and a collection of original press teletype wire bulletins announcing the Kennedy assassination.
In his acceptance speech, Ken described Roberta taking him to dinner after playing a text adventure game on a teletype machine, and sharing her vision for what a video game could be.
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