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Commodore 64 days were GREAT days.

One could take over the world with one of those things at that time.


...as long as the power supply held up, that is...
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clappa
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Remember "Midis" ? (i think that is what they were called then)


cool2
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MIDI might not exactly be what you think. What can come out of the end of a MIDI chain of devices that still use 3.5" floppy disks is probably vastly different than what you would expect:


[link to youtu.be]

MIDI is a realtime over-the-wire protocol and a file format.
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10 PRINT "Radio Shack used to have enough enough money to offer grants. LOLOL!"
20 GOTO 10
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Ahhh....my first computer.
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I started out on that machine. Still remember it well
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We had an Atari 2600,
Then I bought a Magnavox Odyssey II. I remember KC Munchman and they had a great adventure game.

First computer I ever typed a program into was a Trash 80 Color Computer w 4K ram.

First computer I owned was a TI 99/4a. I had everything for it, and wound up selling it after the machine was orphaned for a couple years. I had the expansion box, speech synthesizer, dual floppies, and all my first programs in it- some of which were very complex. I'll always be sorry I sold it.

Had a job between Junior and Senior years in high school programming dBase II in MP/M (multiuser CP/M)

Owned an Atari 520st and an Apple IIc.

The Atari had great graphics but was broken a lot, and wound up selling both of them.

Owned a Kaypro Model 10 that I inherited from a boss who passed away. Their version of Pac Mac consisted of the letter C alternating between upper and lower case, eating periods in a maze consisting of plus symbols, minus signs, and pipe characters. Actually, it was a fast and playable game.

First PC I owned was an AT class lunchbox portable that I had built. Nice machine, and, kept upgrading it and down the line into various PC's, and now have a PC and two MacBook Pro's.

I have some retro Arcade games, and recently restored a full size Ikari Warriors game.

Dropped out of college in 1989 and didn't finish a night program, but, I've had great jobs and been either working for someone, had a side business, or my own company, which is 18 years old now, with 13 employees.

These early machines were our education. The TI that my Dad bought me was the cheapest college tuition he could have provided. He said recently that he should have bought two of them. I bought my brother's half share of the computer from him. Lol.

Great thread!
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I had a TI-99/4A, it was a lot of fun. But I must admit I was a little jealous of the huge collection of Commodore 64 games my friend had. Looking back, a lot of them were junk but the latest games usually looked and played as good as or better than the other systems at the time. There was an active underground community spreading the games around. It was the undisputed king of home gaming PC's at one point imo.
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Yeah the Commode 64 had great games. I thought the TI was easier to code for with all the peeks and pokes with the Commode.

The TI won the looks department though, when you had a loaded peripheral expansion box and were running an active program on it, it was great to watch the blinking lights.

I wound up writing some BBS software on the TI. The funny thing back then was getting graphics to display on a message board. Wound up writing some encoding software that let people draw pictures and then encode them for the BBS. Fun stuff.
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The commodore 64 was actually more advanced than our "modern" computers those days in many ways.

All you had to do was to switch on the power and in a few seconds you would be presented with an operating system.
An operating system which could not be overwritten by a virus as it was on a ROM.

No fans making noise. Low power consumption.


This is where modern computers should have built on. A personal computer should consume 20 watt max instead of the 1000w gaming PCs some have now.
Millions of wasted energy polluting the environment and raising your electricity bill.

Fortunately we seem to be moving away from that soon. The new personal computers will be smartphones as microsoft already has hinted towards with their 950 and 950xl lumia series, giving you a desktop experience with their docking station for the 950/950xl lumia, allowing you to connect the smartphone to any monitor and use it as a desktop.

The smartphone itself consumes around 15w when on load, and makes no noise while operating.

Unfortunately it is only good for some browsing, email etc and other basic stuff, as it cannot really run any real windows apps, but it is already showing the way.


We will probably see similar devices for android and ios soon. M$ having a tiny market share in the smartphone market might hit them pretty bad in the future, as the future will be smartphones that can also act as a desktop.
Windows may become a thing of the past, which might not necessarily be a bad thing after all, with all the spying they have built right into it and their forceful automatic updates you cannot turn off.
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Football Manager was the shit!
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Football Manager was the shit!
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The commodore 64 was actually more advanced than our "modern" computers those days in many ways.

All you had to do was to switch on the power and in a few seconds you would be presented with an operating system.
An operating system which could not be overwritten by a virus as it was on a ROM.

No fans making noise. Low power consumption.


This is where modern computers should have built on. A personal computer should consume 20 watt max instead of the 1000w gaming PCs some have now.
Millions of wasted energy polluting the environment and raising your electricity bill.

Fortunately we seem to be moving away from that soon. The new personal computers will be smartphones as microsoft already has hinted towards with their 950 and 950xl lumia series, giving you a desktop experience with their docking station for the 950/950xl lumia, allowing you to connect the smartphone to any monitor and use it as a desktop.

The smartphone itself consumes around 15w when on load, and makes no noise while operating.

Unfortunately it is only good for some browsing, email etc and other basic stuff, as it cannot really run any real windows apps, but it is already showing the way.


We will probably see similar devices for android and ios soon. M$ having a tiny market share in the smartphone market might hit them pretty bad in the future, as the future will be smartphones that can also act as a desktop.
Windows may become a thing of the past, which might not necessarily be a bad thing after all, with all the spying they have built right into it and their forceful automatic updates you cannot turn off.
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You are completely delusional.

The CRT or TVs on these Computers used a ton more electricity, not to mention that the processing power. Now I can load a program in less than 15 seconds compared to 2 hours to tape load a sucky game. You haven't a clue on power consumption vs computing time vs man hours wasted. Get out of here with such ridiculousness.
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The first Commodore I had, did not have a tape hooked to it. It had a place in the back of it for the tapes, already programmed. I was replaced by the one where you could get things like tape decks or, five inch floppy drive, that where people bought coding books to make their own games.

Good learning tool, it was not long after, We bought an IBM Ativa and I still have the disk that came with it, 3.1 and it got on the internet, back then there was not much on the internet except, groups who are still the same now. I was on a few, I liked researching much more. Everything was open and it was not a bit of money passing hands, There were pictures and one or a small group that played games. Commercialization messed it all up!
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A part from the emulators I use on my Wii, to play C64 games, I also have a couple of plug and play joysticks with in built games that are a hoot.

Even comes up with the blue greeting screen and 'loads'.
It's all about the 'vibe'
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The commodore 64 was actually more advanced than our "modern" computers those days in many ways.

All you had to do was to switch on the power and in a few seconds you would be presented with an operating system.
An operating system which could not be overwritten by a virus as it was on a ROM.

No fans making noise. Low power consumption.


This is where modern computers should have built on. A personal computer should consume 20 watt max instead of the 1000w gaming PCs some have now.
Millions of wasted energy polluting the environment and raising your electricity bill.

Fortunately we seem to be moving away from that soon. The new personal computers will be smartphones as microsoft already has hinted towards with their 950 and 950xl lumia series, giving you a desktop experience with their docking station for the 950/950xl lumia, allowing you to connect the smartphone to any monitor and use it as a desktop.

The smartphone itself consumes around 15w when on load, and makes no noise while operating.

Unfortunately it is only good for some browsing, email etc and other basic stuff, as it cannot really run any real windows apps, but it is already showing the way.


We will probably see similar devices for android and ios soon. M$ having a tiny market share in the smartphone market might hit them pretty bad in the future, as the future will be smartphones that can also act as a desktop.
Windows may become a thing of the past, which might not necessarily be a bad thing after all, with all the spying they have built right into it and their forceful automatic updates you cannot turn off.
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You are completely delusional.

The CRT or TVs on these Computers used a ton more electricity, not to mention that the processing power. Now I can load a program in less than 15 seconds compared to 2 hours to tape load a sucky game. You haven't a clue on power consumption vs computing time vs man hours wasted. Get out of here with such ridiculousness.
 Quoting: TidesofTruth


I am talking concepts and you are comparing computing speed of computers over 20 years ago, to computing speed of today's computers or power consumption of an old TV to a modern monitor.

Pretty much all points made flew over your head.


Pushing the hardware to the limits those days and giving end users access to 500-1000w consuming PCs is a travesty. Where does it stop?
Should everyone own a 1 megawatt supercomputer if it was affordable independent of what this would mean for the environment?


Why not limit it to 20w-50w max? Do we really have to go to the limits or cannot we just wait a few years longer until new technology allows for faster computing speeds at the same power consumption?
Just the fans in a gaming computer consume that much, let alone the noise they produce(noise makes people stupid btw), plus a fan costs resources to manufacture and creates more garbage. Additionally dust is pulled into the case which can kill your components along with the fan.

Fanless, noiseless, dust free, low power computers will be the future and smartphones is what will get us there.
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And 31,725 illegals from terror hotbeds still on the loose!
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NOTHING beats loading your game tape in, then going out to play and after an hour excitedly running upstairs to play your favourite game......

SYNTAX ERROR.

REPEAT X 2

000hN00mrbill
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I was so excited when the Atari coin-op 'Gauntlet' finally got a release in the mid 80's - I loved that shitting thing in the arcade.

At the time I'd got an Atari 600XL and tape deck. The cassette was like a 120 minute one or something - the spool of tape pretty much filled the whole window on the cassette.

It took like 60 minutes + to load that shit in, and invariably it would carsh within a few seconds of completing the load!

And on the rare occasion it did successfully load and you beat the 1st level, it needed to load the next levels of the cassette (WTF?!) and it never managed it. Happy Fucking Dayz!
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Thank You to whomever (any or all) who re-pined this thread. I never imagined so many of us on here had such a common denominator - rootage in digi-land/world! It's re-assuring to know so many of us enjoyed this same awesome adventure, in our own little worlds at the time, growing up - and that so many wonderful people make up the common-core of G L P ! No wonder why this site is so wonderful !





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Syntax error


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10 Fuck this thing
20 GOTO 10

RUN

It's fucked cool2
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lol, putting messages on screens in shops...
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10 input"what is your name?";a$
20 if a$="Muhamid" then print "Fuck of you muzzie piece of shit. Homeland security have been notified of your location" : goto 40
30 "print "hello ";a$;" have a nice day" : end
40 for i = 1 to 3000 : sound i,10,100 : next
50 for i = 3000 to 1 step -1 : sound i,10,100 : next
60 color int(rnd(1)*16), 0 : print "Fuck of you muzzie piece of shit. Homeland security have been notified of your location"
70 goto 40






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The first Commodore I had, did not have a tape hooked to it. It had a place in the back of it for the tapes, already programmed. I was replaced by the one where you could get things like tape decks or, five inch floppy drive, that where people bought coding books to make their own games.

Good learning tool, it was not long after, We bought an IBM Ativa and I still have the disk that came with it, 3.1 and it got on the internet, back then there was not much on the internet except, groups who are still the same now. I was on a few, I liked researching much more. Everything was open and it was not a bit of money passing hands, There were pictures and one or a small group that played games. Commercialization messed it all up!
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I agree. I remember logging onto a friend's 'Tandy' computer in 1993, in the spring (now 24 friggin years ago already!) and he let me go on AOL for the first time. It was AOL 3.0 then, I can still remember the grey window frames on everything, even email then; not much color except for the menu prompts which were fascinatingly complex, for the time. All those options! Every week something new came out back then. Then Dave Letterman started making fun of internet addresses on his show (I believe the same time period, '94, '95) then EVERYONE started rolling the internet snowball together & it BOOMED! They were amazing & exciting times to be living in.
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10 input"what is your name?";a$
20 if a$="Muhamid" then print "Fuck of you muzzie piece of shit. Homeland security have been notified of your location" : goto 40
30 "print "hello ";a$;" have a nice day" : end
40 for i = 1 to 3000 : sound i,10,100 : next
50 for i = 3000 to 1 step -1 : sound i,10,100 : next
60 color int(rnd(1)*16), 0 : print "Fuck of you muzzie piece of shit. Homeland security have been notified of your location"
70 goto 40


mis-spent youth ;)
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80 goto 50 I hear You Guys have the same $hitty problem down there. Is a new conservative gov't. going to take the reigns anytime soon? And if so, what are their options? Is everything P.C. 'down there' too? How does Japan get away with not allowing any of the riff raff in? Just curious







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Football Manager was the shit!
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Ah, yes. C64.

I still remember learning the machine code and, later, using assembler to write lightning fast code. After BASIC it was just mind-blowing to be able to change the color of the screen borders in the middle of the screen refersh. And smooth scrolling only part of the screen... now that was a trick.
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spock
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I want one of those bitchez for my classic collection. I'll use it to restart the BBS forums of the past and FUCK ALL to the web browsing $ales of our histories.

I'll track down those pedo politishits to their first skeevie BBS post on ALTNET whatever the fuck and post their fucking sock puppets for all to see.

Fuck those shits. The rest of us are human and look at real porn--you know, like mature lesbians fisting n whatnot.
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I want one of those bitchez for my classic collection. I'll use it to restart the BBS forums of the past and FUCK ALL to the web browsing $ales of our histories.

I'll track down those pedo politishits to their first skeevie BBS post on ALTNET whatever the fuck and post their fucking sock puppets for all to see.

Fuck those shits. The rest of us are human and look at real porn--you know, like mature lesbians fisting n whatnot.
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spock
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I want one of those bitchez for my classic collection. I'll use it to restart the BBS forums of the past and FUCK ALL to the web browsing $ales of our histories.

I'll track down those pedo politishits to their first skeevie BBS post on ALTNET whatever the fuck and post their fucking sock puppets for all to see.

Fuck those shits. The rest of us are human and look at real porn--you know, like mature lesbians fisting n whatnot.
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Hijab oral swallow
Youngandold lesbians fishing
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Two Pong Dots, One Paddle

:P
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F A N T A S T I C !

Thanks for that. Too much! Reminded me of my freshman year at (community) college, couldn't afford much more higher learning then, yet. It was very advanced, though, for 1983. Our computer lab had all Apple II-e's and that is where I studied "Advanced Electronic Visuals". We learned by plotting ea. graph to create works of art/graphics. It was ultra slow & daunting but we got through it. This video is so amazingly accurate of the times then, the computer labs, how they started & the different types of people we were.


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