Hi there guys, I was doing a Google search on Amateur Radio here tonight, when this site came up. It's a site owned by a local ham down south from here. Some of the gear on this site should bring back some memories for a few of you here. Enjoy.
Hey, No worries at all guys!. I thought you fella's would get a kick out of that one. Just glad you liked it. Scott, I know what you mean now, i just went back through that page to some of the linked pages and boy is there some stuff in there!. And to think at one time you could get a computer that looked like this .
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Re: Home Computer Museum#132175 04/17/0511:59 AM04/17/0511:59 AM
Thanks Mike for that link, that brings back memories. At high school 'Dag Hammarskjold ' in Assen N.L.(1980's) we had one PET 2000 computer for about 80 students. If you were lucky enough you could book ½ hour after school to have a play with it. The games we had were on cassette tape took 5 minutes to load, then verify and may be 10 minutes playing time. N.A.B. was then one of my favourite games.
Syntax error was no fun if it showed. usually ½ hour was over when game was working. The commodore 64 was a great machine too, amazing what you could do with 32 RAM memory. Also listings of game programmes could be altered to change aspects of the game with PEEK and POKE commands and changing numbers around.
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Re: Home Computer Museum#132178 01/07/0601:23 PM01/07/0601:23 PM
Although not as archaic as a Commodore, I just took down my PS/2 M70 "woodie" that has been running as a Fax and file server for about 15 years (office and later home). I built it from spare parts in the early 90s. http://members.aol.com/gfretwell/woody.jpg
I replaced it with a Thinkpad 365 that is a little better with power
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Re: Home Computer Museum#132179 01/08/0611:56 AM01/08/0611:56 AM