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Simultaneous Narrative - Lukasa
... mnemonic device, a device that is used as mind memory or learning aid ... It is often referred to as a memory board ... Though, there is evidence of size and shape standardizations of the board itself, not its content, among tribes ...
Q-Bus - Interfaces
... cursor control M7062 VSV11-MA Raster graphics image memory M7064 VSV11 Raster graphics image processor card M7066 VTV01 Video Display Sys UNIBUS to Q-bus converter M7135 KD32-AA microVAX I datapath with G floating. 48TPI floppy disk drive M7558 2-Mbyte 22-bit MOS memory M7558-AA MSV11-SA 2-Mbyte 22-bit parity/CSR MOS RAM M7559 TQK70 TMSCP controller for TK70 M7573 RQDX4 Controller for RX35, RD50/1 ... M7679 ISDN ISDN basic rate access Q-bus board M7740 RQC25 Q22-bus to LESI bus adaptor used on disks with Also M7740-01, -PA) (Also called KLESI-QA) M7940-Y ...
Narrative Art - Simultaneous Narrative - Lukasa
... A Lukasa is a mnemonic device, a device that is used as mind memory or learning aid ... It is often referred to as a memory board ... Though, there is evidence of size and shape standardizations of the board itself, not its content, among tribes ...

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