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The more specific

I remember a long time ago when I first began to photograph I thought, there are an awful lot of people in the world and it’s going to be terribly hard to photograph all of them, so if I photograph some kind of generalized human being, everybody’ll recognize it. It’ll be like what they used to call the common man or something. It was my teacher, Lisette Model, who finally made it clear to me that the more specific you are, the more general it’ll be.
Diane Arbus


Master space

In the original specification of the Computer Sciences Corporation 1107 Monitor System, which was eventually adopted by Univac as EXEC II, the FIELDATA “Master Space” (octal 0) code was used in card input streams to distinguish command and data cards. In their manuals, CSC and later Univac used the “▽” character, an inverted Greek capital delta, to signify the Master Space. Noting the resemblance of this graphic to the Delta printed for character code 4 by the UNIVAC 1004 some sites, including Case Institute of Technology and Chi Corporation, swapped the printer codes so that CPU code 00 printed as “Δ” and code 04 as “@”. The card reader codes remained the same; a 7-8 punch in column 1 signified a “control card”.


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