Dear Mr Supercomputer

A return to Sykes Datatronics, a relic of that alternate reality where the Genesee valley was the cradle of the computer age. They did give us the floppy disk, the automated answering machine (press 4 for more information), and some of the first database software. And a big abandoned factory near the soccer stadium.

Now that’s a relic: original Macintosh, still in its box

One of the weirdest things about this place is its floors. Despite being a solid concrete structure, the wood floors warped into crazy ridges up to two feet taller than the building.

Squish. Say dirty. (Programmers…)

It’s got a view from the top too!

Click here. Or not.

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