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April 4, 2011 AT 12:59 am

Blit Terminal (1982)

Blit Terminal (1982)…

The Blit terminal (circa 1982) was an early (possibly the first) remote windowing system by which multiple UNIX processes could operate on the same screen. Originating from Bell Labs, it’s considered a major influence on MIT’s X Window System which still in use on many systems today.


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  1. super funky rock out at the end

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