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Cyberdyne Systems Skynet Division T-Shirt - If you're looking for a Cyberdyne t-shirt then you just found it! Perfect for the skynet or Cyberdyne fans, this shirt features classic vintage-style sci-fi artwork on a super soft t-shirt. Come with us if you want this shirt!
"Light but Strong." Thorne Mobile Field Systems was an engineering company founded by Dr. Jack “Doc” Thorne after he took retirement from Stanford University. Known for his dislike of theory and specializing in the use of more unorthodox engineering methods, Thorne took his profession into practice by founding Thorne Mobile Field Systems. Based in a shop at the far end of an industrial park in Woodside, the headquarters featured a large work floor with a small office in the corner. Of the few employees who worked for Thorne, one of the most notable was chief foreman Eddie Carr, whose genius with electronics and mechanics made him indispensable. In 1995, Richard Levine sought out Thorne Mobile Field Systems to create a modified Ford Explorer and a pair of specialized trailers to be used in a field expedition to Isla Sorna, InGen‘s Site B.
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Not too long before judgement day, Cyberdyne Systems was a powerhouse of Silicon Valley and like any good tech company, they swagged out employees and visitors with logo gear much like this very example. This one is pretty beat up and IMHO, looks best on the more vintage looking shirts, but I'll leave that decision up to you!
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One of the most advanced systems that Ocean System Technicians employed was the Integrated Undersea Surveillance System (IUSS). It was comprised of the Sound Surveillance System (SOSUS), Surveillance Towed Array System (SURTASS), and the Rapidly Deployable Surveillance System (RDSS). The data that OT Sailors collected through this system was collected, stored, and analyzed at Naval Ocean Processing Facilities at Dam Neck, Virginia (for data collected in the Atlantic) and Whidbey Island (Pacific Ocean data). On October 1, 1998, Sailors serving as Ocean System Technicians were merged into the Sonar Technician rating.
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Information systems technician (IT) is a rating for United States Navy and United States Coast Guard enlisted personnel, specializing in communications technology. Information systems technician submarines (ITS) is a rating for U.S. Navy submariners. The Information systems technician (IT) rating corresponds to the new Navy Occupational Specialty (NOS) code B460 while the information systems technician submarines (ITS) rating corresponds to Navy Occupational Specialty (NOS) code C260. The rating was converted to the corresponding Navy Occupational Specialty (NOS) code on 29 September 2016 by NAVADMIN 218/16. The IT rating is one of the most diverse ratings in the US Navy. The IT rating was created in 1997 from a combination of two previous Navy ratings - radioman (RM) and data processing technician (DP). A third rating, cryptologic technician communications (CTO) merged with IT in October, 2005. In February 2010, the IT rating was incorporated into the Information Dominance Corps.
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Information systems technician (IT) is a rating for United States Navy and United States Coast Guard enlisted personnel, specializing in communications technology. Information systems technician submarines (ITS) is a rating for U.S. Navy submariners. The Information systems technician (IT) rating corresponds to the new Navy Occupational Specialty (NOS) code B460 while the information systems technician submarines (ITS) rating corresponds to Navy Occupational Specialty (NOS) code C260. The rating was converted to the corresponding Navy Occupational Specialty (NOS) code on 29 September 2016 by NAVADMIN 218/16
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How to debug computer program code? This funny design for programmers gives the answer by listing the 6 stages of debugging: 1. That can’t happen. 2. That doesn’t happen on my machine. 3. That shouldn’t happen. 4. Why does that happen? 5. Oh, I see. 6. How did that ever work? Source: http://j.mp/1aKenww The text is printed in white on black and a variety of other fabric colors to choose from.
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A growing excited company, staffed entirely with normal human staff & with the best interests of this planet at heart, Yoyodyne Propulsion Systems is doing everything it can to ensure the future begins tomorrow.
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Berkeley Systems is a long defunct 80s software company that specialized in software for the early Macintosh platform, most well known being the After Dark series of screen savers with their flying toasters. This vintage version of the design includes ample wear and tear to give it an aged look.
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ORIGIN and its founder Richard "Lord British" Garriott "created worlds" from 1983 to 2004. Huge sagas like Ultima (!!!) and Wing Commander saw the light, then System Shock, Strike Commander, Crusader, Abuse, Shadow Caster and so on... In short: one of the most iconic softwarehouses from the '80 and '90. This logo is a vectors replica of the second version (the one I remember most fondly), then masked with scratches and age old dust. Hope you like it! :-D
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