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Introduce yourself thread

This here forum is for staying in touch, for those with an interest in retrocomputing, computer history, vintage computing, and similar things. Some of will be collectors, others tinkerers, perhaps makers. Some will be …

82 February 23, 2020
MCM/70 - APL on an 8008 with just 8k RAM 5 March 28, 2020
Slightly Off-Topic: Why Were Color TVs Tiring? 10 March 28, 2020
Thoughts on characters and strings 22 March 28, 2020
Going Back to EDASM, the 1980 Apple II Editor/Assembler 19 March 27, 2020
British Micros at The Register 4 March 27, 2020
About modern retro projects 11 March 27, 2020
ROM based home computers since Atari ST? 64 March 27, 2020
Memotech's MTX machines - 8 bit, huge RAM 2 March 26, 2020
Some PDP-8 paper tapes recovered 1 March 26, 2020
On what computing is and whether it is simple 8 March 26, 2020
Commodore marketing brochure for the v364 1 March 26, 2020
Wiby, a simple search engine for simple sites 2 March 26, 2020
Commdore 64/128 suggestions - SD2IEC or something else? 24 March 25, 2020
The Machine That Changed The World - some transcripts 1 March 25, 2020
Mini-12 microcomputer pocket reference 1 March 24, 2020
The strange story of opcode "36" (Pascal S, CDC6600) 4 March 24, 2020
Wintek 6800 Microprocessor Instruction Set Summary card 2 March 23, 2020
Pickett Standard Logic Symbols No. 1222 (flowcharting) 1 March 23, 2020
32 bit virtual computers remade with 11 March 23, 2020
"Floppies: The Disks That Changed the World" 21 March 22, 2020
Tiny bare-metal programs: Mandelbrot in 88 bytes, an OS in 512 bytes 2 March 13, 2020
Doug McIlroy's list of most surprising Unix programs 1 March 21, 2020
SDF invites you to ssh the past (3b2) 1 March 21, 2020
Why did OS-9 (and the 6809) not become more popular? 6 March 21, 2020
Personal stories on ENG, the shared blog from LCM 1 March 20, 2020
Fujitsu Micro 7 (FM-7) computer 10 March 19, 2020
Bryan Lunduke on Windows 1.0 3 March 18, 2020
Shelfies: bookshelves with a retrocomputing angle 30 March 18, 2020
Enjoy your tour of the world's biggest computer museum 1 March 17, 2020