Above is a punch card machine just like the one I learned how to program on as well as what I used when I worked for the Bureau of Economic Analysis under the Department of Commerce back in the late 70s.
Tim and Julie listening to the story on ENIAC
That Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 100 was REALLY popular back in the day. Very simple notebook computer with a built-in word processor and no disk drive. 32 KiloBytes of memory for $1400. Ran for about 20 hours on 4 AA batteries. Writers and journalists loved this because it also had a built-in modem.
I remember the day the Robert Tappan Morris worm was released on the Internet. It was a security eye opener around the globe.