“ComputERR” by Alex Toth (1970) #punchcard comic!
IF YOU’VE EVER HELD A PUNCHED CARD IN YOUR HAND, IT MAY BRING A TEAR TO YOUR EYE.
Article in Wired.com about punchcards by Daniela Hernández (2014).
The IBM 29 Card Punch (also called the 029 or Type 029 Key Punch or Keypunch), introduced about 1964 to coincide with the introduction of the IBM 360, via.
Slogans of the Free Speech Movement in IBMs punchcards, 1964 (University of California)
“I am a student at the University of California. Please do not fold, spindle or mutilate me.”
From the hebrew version of the book Computers and How They Work (1967). This page explains the IBM punch card, it seems. Sent to us by Alma Alloro, thanks!
It’s unclear why it says ‘hormo lotion’ on the master item card. (edit) As every burger points out every time, it says ESTROgen HORMOne LOTION.