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National Museum of American History
This circular button has red text on a a grey background that reads: pLAN your Network. A mark on the reverse reads: Comdex 11/89.

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National Museum of American History
This circular button has white text on a blue background that reads: I'm talking to SQL Server. LAN Manager Expo E1-E3. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: Fall CDX '88.

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National Museum of American History
This circular button has black text on a white background that reads: I speak the LANguage of business. A mark on the reverse reads: Networld 9/89.

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National Museum of American History
This circular button has white text on a blue background that reads: IDS Range Rider LAN Monitors. It also has a white image of a cowboy riding a horse. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: NW 2/90.

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National Museum of American History
This square button has white text on a black background. It reads: Don't Lose Control LANware Management Tools 1-800-LAN-USER

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National Museum of American History
This circular buton has white text on a red background that reads: Make the Connection. Network LANd. It inclues an image of a white lightning bolt. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: NW 2/90.

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National Museum of American History
This square button has white text on a black background that reads: DON'T LOSE CONTROL 1-800-LAN-USER. It also has a red and white logo for NMI. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: NW 2/90.

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National Museum of American History
This square button has an image in the style of watercolor painting. It depicts a large green computer as an outdoor theater with red curtains, yellow lights, and a man on the stage. The audience and orchestra are in the keyboard rows. There are people are approaching the computer. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: "Lotus '87."

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National Museum of American History
This rectangular button has a white background with a blue box. White text reads: Tested and Approved for LAN Systems. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: Networld + Interop 5/6/94.

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National Museum of American History
This circular button has black text on a teal background that reads: What do I do now? Get the Macintosh Bible "What Do I Do Now?" Book at Bayside 626. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: MacWorld Boston 8/90.

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National Museum of American History
This square button has an image in the style of watercolor painting. It depicts green square with technical markings on yellow-orange background. Figures carry mathematical equipment surround the square. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: "'87 Lotus."

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National Museum of American History
This square button has an image in the style of watercolor painting. It depicts a tower structure with levels made from floppy disks in gray, green, blue and orange. Figures engaged in computing activities are on each level. The tower is positioned on green hill with a red, blue, and yellow-colored sky behind it. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: "Lotus '87".

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National Museum of American History
This circular button has black text on a yellow background that reads: I'm in Online Access. In the center is a black typographic display of a smiling face.

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National Museum of American History
This circular button has black text on a yellow background that reads: America's raving about UP TIME The Disk Monthly.

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National Museum of American History
This circular button has white text on an orange, pink and purple background that reads: AgfaType Collection. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads:Comdex 6/90.

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National Museum of American History
This circular button has white text on a blue background that reads: LAN Technology. It also has blue text on a white background that reads: The Net's Best Thing. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: NW 2/90.

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National Museum of American History
This square button has black text on a white background that reads: LANSERVICES (/) THE RIGHT CONNECTION 1(800)LAN-USER. A black image above the text has two drawings of connections.

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National Museum of American History
This square button has an image in the style of watercolor painting. There are various computer components such as floppy disks and CDs at the bottom and a large section of paper with people making technical drawings on it. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: "Lotus '87."

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National Museum of American History
This circular button has a white background with black text that reads: "TERMINATE YOUR SNEAKER NET WITH INTO". In the center of a red circle with a diagonal red line is the black outline image of sneaker. A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: "FOSE '89."

Sneakernet is computer jargon for the method of moving electronic data by personally carrying it from one place to another on removable media such as floppy disk, compact disk, flash drive, etc. The term was coined in the early days of computing before networks were common.

References:

[Last accessed 2019-07-18]

"Networking For Dummies," Lowe, Doug, 2016.

https://www.pcmag.com/encyclopedia/term/51585/sneakernet

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National Museum of American History
This square button has a background that is an image of a computer monitor with a blue screen. In white text on the screen it reads: "SNEAKERS We'd tell you about it, but then we'd have to kill you." A mark in black ink on the reverse reads: "PC EXPO NY 6/92."

Sneakernet is computer jargon for the method of moving electronic data by personally carrying it from one place to another on removable media such as floppy disk, compact disk, flash drive, etc. The term was coined in the early days of computing before networks were common.

References:

[Last accessed 2019-07-18]

https://www.pcmag.com/encyclopedia/term/51585/sneakernet

https://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/sneakernet

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National Museum of the American Indian

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National Museum of the American Indian

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National Museum of the American Indian

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National Museum of the American Indian
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