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The Data Domain

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The Data Domain was a retail computer store that was near the courthouse square in Bloomington at 406 S. College Ave.. It was opened by Ray Borril in February 12th, 1976, and ran until late 1983. Its phone was (812) 334-3607.

It claimed to be the world's twelfth computer store of any type and to have been the first retailer to use the phrase "personal computer". It was also one of the first four dealers to sell the Apple I computer.

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