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;Vojislav "Voja" Antonić (born in Sabac, Serbia: 12. July 1952) is a Serbian inventor, journalist and writer. He was also a magazine editor and contributed to a number of radio shows but he is best known for creating a build-it-yourself home computer Galaksija and originating a related "Build your own computer Galaksija" initiative with Dejan Ristanović. The result of this initiative is, perhaps, his crowning achievement - he encouraged and enlightened thousands of computer enthusiasts during the 1980s. Mr Antonić donated many of his personally initiated creations to the public domain, whenever they related to the common man or a fellow engineer.  
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;Vojislav "Voja" Antonić (born in Sabac, Serbia, 12. July 1952) is a Serbian inventor, journalist and writer. He was also a magazine editor and contributed to a number of radio shows but he is best known for creating a build-it-yourself home computer Galaksija and originating a related "Build your own computer Galaksija" initiative with Dejan Ristanović. The result of this initiative is, perhaps, his crowning achievement - he encouraged and enlightened thousands of computer enthusiasts during the 1980s. Mr Antonić donated many of his personally initiated creations to the public domain, whenever they related to the common man or a fellow engineer.  
  
 
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Vojislav "Voja" Antonić (born in Sabac, Serbia, 12. July 1952) is a Serbian inventor, journalist and writer. He was also a magazine editor and contributed to a number of radio shows but he is best known for creating a build-it-yourself home computer Galaksija and originating a related "Build your own computer Galaksija" initiative with Dejan Ristanović. The result of this initiative is, perhaps, his crowning achievement - he encouraged and enlightened thousands of computer enthusiasts during the 1980s. Mr Antonić donated many of his personally initiated creations to the public domain, whenever they related to the common man or a fellow engineer.

Events

Hacking before computers