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31,743 BYTES FREE - COMMODORE COMPUTER VERY OLD-SCHOOL

 
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Re: 31,743 BYTES FREE - COMMODORE COMPUTER VERY OLD-SCHOOL
He could never get a job today. He's way underqualified compared to the feces river drinkers.
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You forgot the corpses in that river.
They're so very skilled.

Saw one get startled by a closed glass door and have him back track and not go to the location he was supposed to go to because the glass door was closed (it was not locked it just closed, not an attempt at trying to open the door :) )

Though it's better than this overqualified live in designated shitting streets territory:

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04/08/2017 04:46 AM
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I mentioned it a whiles back, but you guys know that you can emulate the C64? Yeah?

Quite a few out there, and tonnes of roms to dl.

I prefer to have them on my Wii, and you still need to pull up the keyboard to load stuff, all be it a virtual blue screen.

Was playing Jumpman Jnr just a minute ago. I still love Gateway to Apshai, regardless of how bad the graphics and monsters are.

Same goes for Defender of the Crown. But annoyingly, the emulator is true to form, and half way through, you have to 'flip the disc' to load the rest of the program!
(never did work out how to joust....)
 Quoting: BadHairDay


There is a guy that wrote his own operating system and he used the C64 OS as the basic template, so to speak. There are a few differences... chuckle


[link to youtube.com (secure)]
 Quoting: AkashicRecord®


too cool

in these scary times (once again) we are IN, it's good to just turn off and turn on to old things of comfort and their modern day equivalents
GOD IS REAL.
FEEL THE FORCE OF GOODNESS
FEEL THE FORCE OF LOVE COMBINED WITH GOODNESS
FEEL THE FORCE OF HAPPINESS & PEACE COMBINED WITH LOVE & GOODNESS.
FEEL GOD.
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I mentioned it a whiles back, but you guys know that you can emulate the C64? Yeah?

Quite a few out there, and tonnes of roms to dl.

I prefer to have them on my Wii, and you still need to pull up the keyboard to load stuff, all be it a virtual blue screen.

Was playing Jumpman Jnr just a minute ago. I still love Gateway to Apshai, regardless of how bad the graphics and monsters are.

Same goes for Defender of the Crown. But annoyingly, the emulator is true to form, and half way through, you have to 'flip the disc' to load the rest of the program!
(never did work out how to joust....)
 Quoting: BadHairDay


There is a guy that wrote his own operating system and he used the C64 OS as the basic template, so to speak. There are a few differences... chuckle


[link to youtube.com (secure)]
 Quoting: AkashicRecord®


too cool

in these scary times (once again) we are IN, it's good to just turn off and turn on to old things of comfort and their modern day equivalents
 Quoting: Truth Forever


A lot of people make fun of that guy, but what he did to design his own operating system, file system, programming language, and applications is nothing short of impressive.

There's one old project called "Big Mess O' Wires" where a guy basically built his own computer as well...mostly out of just wire wraps!
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I mentioned it a whiles back, but you guys know that you can emulate the C64? Yeah?

Quite a few out there, and tonnes of roms to dl.

I prefer to have them on my Wii, and you still need to pull up the keyboard to load stuff, all be it a virtual blue screen.

Was playing Jumpman Jnr just a minute ago. I still love Gateway to Apshai, regardless of how bad the graphics and monsters are.

Same goes for Defender of the Crown. But annoyingly, the emulator is true to form, and half way through, you have to 'flip the disc' to load the rest of the program!
(never did work out how to joust....)
 Quoting: BadHairDay


There is a guy that wrote his own operating system and he used the C64 OS as the basic template, so to speak. There are a few differences... chuckle


[link to youtube.com (secure)]
 Quoting: AkashicRecord®


too cool

in these scary times (once again) we are IN, it's good to just turn off and turn on to old things of comfort and their modern day equivalents
 Quoting: Truth Forever


A lot of people make fun of that guy, but what he did to design his own operating system, file system, programming language, and applications is nothing short of impressive.

There's one old project called "Big Mess O' Wires" where a guy basically built his own computer as well...mostly out of just wire wraps!
 Quoting: AkashicRecord®


O, no, i most certainly agree with you, it IS impressive! extremely so! Wish I could do the same
GOD IS REAL.
FEEL THE FORCE OF GOODNESS
FEEL THE FORCE OF LOVE COMBINED WITH GOODNESS
FEEL THE FORCE OF HAPPINESS & PEACE COMBINED WITH LOVE & GOODNESS.
FEEL GOD.
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04/15/2017 10:43 AM
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My Dad had a Sinclair
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spock
 Quoting: Truth Forever


BRAZZI
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My Dad had a Sinclair
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We also had one.
it is buried in my boxes/archives of digital everything
someday to be opened and shared on video/ewe-tube
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I just bought a new-in-box TI 99/4A off of eBay, the first computer I owned, along with another purchase of the Peripheral Expansion Box, and two other consoles.

One of my biggest failures in life was selling my original machine, along with all my first programs. I wrote some amazing things as a 13 year old kid (now, going on 48!)

Most of the people I knew from those days went on to be business owners, myself included.

As an aside, it is amazing what people are doing with their TI's, and how different eras of technology are being merged together with new devices and such.

'Looking forward to playing around with some of these things, and, perhaps, a few modern-day enhancements.
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I just bought a new-in-box TI 99/4A off of eBay, the first computer I owned, along with another purchase of the Peripheral Expansion Box, and two other consoles.

One of my biggest failures in life was selling my original machine, along with all my first programs. I wrote some amazing things as a 13 year old kid (now, going on 48!)

Most of the people I knew from those days went on to be business owners, myself included.

As an aside, it is amazing what people are doing with their TI's, and how different eras of technology are being merged together with new devices and such.

'Looking forward to playing around with some of these things, and, perhaps, a few modern-day enhancements.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 58122530


I love doing same!
I love old technology!
Started collecting old machines at 4 years old, 50's TV sets the neighborhood would throw out, etcetera.
Old tech RULES!
It makes life a wonderful world!

Good luck with your new/old familiar acquisition!


spock
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BRAZZI
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I owned in 1993-1998 years computer "BYTE" - soviet clone of ZX Spectrum 48. Nostalgia for good old times... So i made Intel 8080 + CP/M computer emulator on Arduino Nano 3.0 now :-)
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I owned in 1993-1998 years computer "BYTE" - soviet clone of ZX Spectrum 48. Nostalgia for good old times... So i made Intel 8080 + CP/M computer emulator on Arduino Nano 3.0 now :-)
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U should post a pic up to share or better yet, make a youtube video and share! There's a lot of people like you on there sharing their old fashioned computer projects
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I owned in 1993-1998 years computer "BYTE" - soviet clone of ZX Spectrum 48. Nostalgia for good old times... So i made Intel 8080 + CP/M computer emulator on Arduino Nano 3.0 now :-)
 Quoting: FoxyLab


U should post a pic up to share or better yet, make a youtube video and share! There's a lot of people like you on there sharing their old fashioned computer projects
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Youtube:
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I owned in 1993-1998 years computer "BYTE" - soviet clone of ZX Spectrum 48. Nostalgia for good old times... So i made Intel 8080 + CP/M computer emulator on Arduino Nano 3.0 now :-)
 Quoting: FoxyLab


U should post a pic up to share or better yet, make a youtube video and share! There's a lot of people like you on there sharing their old fashioned computer projects
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1897079


Repository in GitHub:

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