- ABC Article on CSIRAC
- Museum Victoria Collections
- National Library of Australia
- Early Computing in Business and Organisations – University of Melbourne
- Last of the First
This book was published by the University of Melbourne with support from ACS, following the 1996 commemoration of the 40th anniversary of CSIRAC relaunch in Melbourne. It includes interviews and bios of many pioneers and numerous photographs of the computer in Sydney and Melbourne and individuals.
- CSIRAC Music
The internationally significant project to document and recreate the music played by CSIR Mark 1/CSIRAC has been well documented by Dr Paul Doornbusch, who led the project.
- Recreating the first digital computer music – ABC
ABC program regarding the recreation of the music played by CSIRAC.
- University of Melbourne History
The arrival of CSIR Mark 1/CSIRAC in 1955, enabled the Computation Laboratory at the University of Melbourne to provide the first service bureau in Australia and develop research and teaching programs which established the laboratory as one of the earliest such departments in the world.
- Monash Museum of Computing History
The outstanding museum at Monash, considered the best such museum in Australia.
- Women in Computing – ABC Carl Smith
A study of the role and contribution of women in computational tasks from the 19th century to the digital age
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