Commodore

Protoype 1540 PCB  - Courtesy Mike Naberezny

Prototype 1540 - Courtesy Mike Naberezny

  • Mon, 2011-10-24 14:39

From an email from Mike Naberezny:

Fresno Commodore User Group

Dick Estel, Robert Bernardo, Leif Bloomquist, Brad Strait, Roger Van Pelt, March 2010 meeting of the the Fresno Commodore User Group, From the website ht

Commodore LCD Firmware

  • Fri, 2011-10-21 21:18

Mike Naberezny sent me a quality EPROM burner to read the LCD ROMS from this 25 year old prototype.  The files can be found at

Commodore 128 Announcement 1985

Thanks to Ian at Commodore.CA for collecting this stuff. 

 

 

Commodore C64 Anniversary with Jack Tramiel, Steve Wozniak and Bil Herd

Commodore C64 25th Anniversary w/ Jack Tramiel

This was a very rare appearance by Jack Tramiel a couple of years ago at the 25th anniversary of the Commodore C64.  A retro time was had by all.  Sign up or subscribe to RSS for more retro paraphe

The C128 Story

  • Sun, 2011-10-09 00:52

The C128 story
NEW German version of the C128 story from the 64'er magazine

Commodore Business Machines CES Show January 1985

  • Sat, 2011-10-08 00:28

Commodore Business Machines CES Show January 1985

Retrobits: Show 100: An Interview with Bil Herd, former Commodore Engineer (Part I)

  • Fri, 2011-10-07 22:40

I had a great time with Earl Evans who makes interviewing look easy (It's not).  The interview which coincided with teh 100th episode of the Retrobits Podcast  is from October 2007 and turned into

Commodore a Company On The Edge - Jack Tramiel, Chuck Peddle, Bil Herd

Commodore - A Company on the Edge by Brian Bagnall

  • Fri, 2011-10-07 22:09

Filled with first-hand accounts of ambition, greed, and inspired engineering, this history of the personal computer revolution takes readers inside the cutthroat world of Commodore.

Chuck Peddle, Jeri Ellsworth, Bil Herd Interview

Chuck Peddle, father of the 6502 an Evil Genius? (2 minutes)

Bil Herd Asks Chuck Peddle if he is really an Evil Genius since the T-800 Combat Chassis "Terminator" and the "Bender" bending chassis are 6502 based.  This is from a multi hour interview for the C

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