There isn't very much information about the Wang 3300 on the web, but this is an attempt to collect some of it.
- Tom Lake has put up a youtube video of his ASR-33 connected to the Wang 3300 emulator. Watch him boot it up, load a program from paper tape, run the program, then enter a tiny program by hand and run that.
- Steve Witham was essential in providing the information I needed to write my my 3300 emulator. Steve held onto his 3300 cassette boot tape and wrote some software to decode the raw waves off the tape as there are no Wang 3300's left to do it directly. Steve has an interesting web site, but the 3300 stuff is buried here.
- Phillip Alvelda wrote a blog entry a few years back about his recollections of being introduced to programming, starting with the Wang 3300.
- Rick Bensene's Old Calculator Web Museum has some great Wang calculators and Wang history, especially this page, which talks about the 3300 as part of Wang's computer pre-history
- The Small Wang Museum doesn't a 3300, but it is still well worth a visit if you have a general interest in Wang calculators and computers.
- John Geremin, in listing the procession of various computer systems in use at the University of NSW, mentions that they acquired a 3300 in 1972. It probably was the first (only?) 3300 in Australia.
If you have any links about the 3300 family, please let me know so I can add them to the list.