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48 Results for ENIAC

41 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences).

Wednesday, March 25, 201535DSo-called "Giant Brain" unveiled in 1946Jacob Stulberg
Friday, January 3, 201416A1946 University of Pennsylvania inventionBarry C. Silk and Brad Wilber
Monday, December 9, 201318A1940s computer (3)Nina Rulon-Miller
Saturday, July 27, 201318AOld computing acronymJohn Lieb and David Quarfoot
Thursday, October 18, 201232A"Giant Brain" that debuted in 1946Samuel A. Donaldson
Saturday, October 13, 201248DSix women at Penn programmed itBarry C. Silk
Wednesday, July 11, 201247D"Giant Brain" of 1946Allan E. Parrish
Sunday, July 1, 201252AEarly computer (8)Dan Schoenholz
Saturday, May 12, 201212DComputing behemothCaleb Madison
Wednesday, January 18, 20122DUnivac I predecessorChris Handman
Sunday, December 4, 201131ATech marvel of the 1940sKelsey Blakley
Saturday, October 8, 201114D"Giant Brain" of the 1940sTim Croce
Sunday, August 21, 201196APioneering computer (2)Alan Arbesfeld
Friday, May 20, 201157AHistoric mainframeDavid Levinson Wilk
Monday, August 30, 201041AEarly computer that weighed 30 tonsRichard Chisholm
Sunday, July 11, 201064DSo-called "Giant Brain" of 1946Ed Sessa
Wednesday, October 14, 200922DUnivac's predecessorRichard Silvestri
Saturday, July 4, 20095A1946's "Giant Brain"Peter A. Collins and Joe Krozel
Thursday, May 21, 20097DPioneer computer (2)Patrick Blindauer
Tuesday, April 21, 200925D1946 high-tech wonderRonald J. and Nancy J. Byron
Sunday, March 8, 200966APioneering 1940s computer (4)Zack Kushner
Tuesday, October 28, 20083DComputer that debuted in 1946Allan E. Parrish
Wednesday, October 1, 200842D1940s computer (3)Barry Boone
Tuesday, June 10, 200848A1940s computer (3)Barry C. Silk
Tuesday, April 8, 200834DPioneering 1940s computer (4)Dave Mackey
Thursday, July 19, 200761AComputer unveiled in 1946David J. Kahn
Sunday, July 8, 2007115ASeminal mainframeElayne Cantor and Nancy Salomon
Friday, February 23, 200752APioneering 1940's computer (4)Patrick Merrell
Tuesday, May 30, 200664AEarly computer (8)Patrick Merrell
Thursday, March 31, 200540APioneering computer (2)David Liben-Nowell
Monday, August 18, 200365AEarly computer (8)Ed Early
Wednesday, July 23, 200310DPioneering 1940's computer (4)Ed Early
Saturday, September 21, 200263AEarly computer (8)Rich Norris
Wednesday, May 15, 200251AEarly computer (8)Kumar Balani
Thursday, November 22, 20014DEarly computer (8)Richard Silvestri
Sunday, February 18, 200198AEarly computer (8)David J. Kahn
Thursday, September 7, 200031DGranddaddy of all computers (2)Manny Nosowsky
Friday, September 24, 199930AGranddaddy of all computers (2)Martin Ashwood-Smith
Sunday, November 8, 199846DPioneer computer (2)Fred Piscop
Monday, March 17, 199743DFirst digital computerStephanie Spadaccini
Sunday, September 8, 199659AEarly computer (8)R. H. Wolfe

2 results for ENIAC from Variety puzzles.

August 19, 2012diagramless52D"Giant Brain" of 1946Fred Piscop
March 7, 1999diagramless48DComputer of 1946Fred Piscop

5 results for ENIAC from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

Saturday, September 12, 19876DU. of Penn. early computerLarry GoldhirschMaleska
Sunday, August 18, 1985121ADigital computerCharles M. DeberMaleska
Friday, April 23, 197636ADigital computerJim PlacknerWeng
Friday, April 18, 19755AEarly digital computerAllan BlackmanWeng
Monday, December 9, 19575DArmy's electronic brain.UnknownFarrar