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Bun E. Brewster 5 Aug 19
Not yet convinced, this might be the most at , ’s own-made 6502 processor is a thing to behold.
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william fleete 9 Jan 19
Replying to @computermuseum
Here’s a really basic 8 bit CPU I made using discrete logic
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Julian Meyer 20 Nov 18
Replying to @ubnt
PreConfiguration of the new Office Network for the new facility.
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Toble_Miner | tsys 28 Dec 17
Running glxgears on X with my framebuffer LED matrix driver
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Chris Poole 22 Apr 16
Took the Gen z customers for a datacenter tour today. The mainframe really is Batman’s computer!
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Computing History 1 Mar 19
What a great box of to add to the collection. The Ithaca Intersystems DPS-1 computer from 1979 and originally costing around $7,200!! See more here:
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Thomas Stratford 14 Sep 19
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ARITH-MATIC 11 Sep 19
For those who couldn't attend, here's a quick write-up of the Cambridge-1 CPU which I took to RCF19 at the last weekend:
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StephenM Mar 14
Replying to @Devilish_Design
I know it's one of the few machines that cannot play Doom but just look at it, it's beautiful. I suppose not enough for your taste. 😁
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Bun E. Brewster 5 Aug 19
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Raspberry Pi 20 Feb 13
New post: nice bit of affordable teaching kit from , with some fun Python tutorials. !
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Damian Andre 11 Feb 16
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Daniel Situnayake #BlackLivesMatter 7 Jun 19
Working on a "hello world" example for TensorFlow Lite for Microcontrollers, where you train a very simple model to produce some excellent 🚥🤖🚥 If you've never worked with or before but wanna try, I'll be releasing the code soon!
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Toble_Miner | tsys 2 Jan 18
Just wrote a little server for fun and profit. After some optimization it can now handle 10 Gbit/s with ease
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Thomas Stratford 14 Sep 19
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sdf Jun 23
is there a flag to disable leds when no human is watching? think of the photonic savings 🤖
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🕹️Oliver Hermanni🕹️ 5 Apr 19
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VCF Schweiz 8 Nov 17
No Vintage Computer Festival without . The Blinkenbone project revives old front panels. And to play at home, they do virtual front panels as well. Check it out at and show your octal coding skillz on real machines on Nov. 18-19 ;)
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The 🇨🇦 Canad-Ian Nerd 🇺🇸 1 Jan 19
A little hacking on : 2 columns per channel, 2.4 only right now due to internal WiFi limit.
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Alex Ellis 17 Jun 19
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