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AF Aug 23
I have a question for you - have you kept at least one of each type of computer you make/build for historical purposes? If so what’s the oldest one you have?
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South West Retro Computing Archive Aug 23
Today’s is from the mid-90s, with two big names and a newcomer. The , and . Which do you keep, which is a gift to a friend and which is deleted forever?
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Huxley Dunsany 25m
Coming this Wednesday evening - don’t miss it!
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Trevor Briscoe 10h
This table from a July 1983 Personal Computer News magazine is almost like a shopping list for a retro computer collector into early 80s micros!
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Sht 4h
Got most of my important work out of the way today haha! Guess which joystick I’m using?!
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Mark Kriegsman Aug 22
"Dirty tricks"? When the whole machine only had 49,152 bytes of RAM, and the CPU ran at 1.023MHz, we just called these techniques... programming. #6502
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ARITH-MATIC 14h
It's bank holiday weekend! Whoop! To celebrate I'm doing an exclusive 10% off the S1-AU Mk1 via the shop until Tuesday. Discount automatically applied at:
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Pixel Vixen Aug 23
I do enjoy looking at my creations on an old TV, the depth and saturation is lovely :)
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François Revol (@CCCamp19 @TeaHouse GSM:5038) 6h
I think there is a meeting at the Dolphin Emulator tent at 20:30…
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Terry Ross Aug 23
30+ years on, and my Atari 8-bit computer and peripherals are still going strong.
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n9uxu Aug 22
Moving transient commands onto the z80... it's much easier once you read the manual and find someone has written pcget to let you use xmodem rather than copying into memory and saving into disk!
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Mingo Aug 19
Scene World Floppy Magazine #29 released - Download:
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South West Retro Computing Archive 17h
Today’s line-up has the final consoles from , and . But which do you keep, which is gifted to a friend and which is deleted from history?
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Living Computers Aug 19
to Gordon Bell! Bell designed computers like this PDP-6, on display at our museum. In addition to being a pioneer in , Bell is a computer museum pioneer, founding The Computer Museum in Boston back in 1979.
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Rani Skank Baker Aug 20
OH SHIT Y'ALL I THINK THIS MIGHT BE MY COOLEST THRIFT STORE FIND YET. Found this box full of circuitboards dated 1978 so I was already like holy shit, need them. What you are looking at here is a Synertek SYM-1 single board computer. And now I have several.
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n9uxu Aug 22
Here's the z80 with it's CF drive, and as I can't call a computer ready for use until it can play Zork, here's that too...
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Erik (goodjonx) Aug 19
I decided I want to game . I hope this is a good way to enter - it was an opportunity (isn't it always?), a bit dirty, very yellowed. Soon it will be like new :)
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Terry Ross 19h
Hey, I had some Atari media and a light table available, what was I supposed to do?
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Cosmo Cocktail 15h
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Shirley Knott Aug 23
Can Vic come out to play? Nibbler for is fun! A new version of an arcade classic.
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