Sunday, October 23, 2016

38 Vintage Photos of Women in Miniskirts at Huge Computers in the 1970s and 1980s

Attractive women wearing as little clothing as the decency of the day allows--this tool has been a constant one in the history of advertising, although hemlines over those same years have been anything but constant.

The 1970s were a heady time in the computer industry. The decade saw many notable inventions and developments, especially in the areas of the personal computer, networking and object-oriented programming.

Innovators produced groundbreaking hardware and software. Several large organizations entered the industry or expanded during the decade, including Texas Instruments, Xerox and International Business Machines, or IBM. Some companies, such as RCA, dipped their toes in industry waters, but quickly withdrew from the computer scene.

Enjoy ogling these broads' gams, and get a load of those ginormous mainframes.







































(via Boing Boing)

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