Programming Systems Notebooks
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!
Uncharted territories of the early maps were marked with the warning: “Here be dragons.” Cartographers filled these areas with illustrations of dragons, sea monsters and other mythological creatures. Programmers use this phrase to refer to code that is completely unreadable but somehow works.
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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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"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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