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Frank Buss had posted soem interesting details about the Commodore C64 Universal Cartridge. The description of the cartridge lifted straight
Remember the Kim-1? Want to build your own? Check out Ruud Baltissen's si
Thanks again to Rob Clarke who sent me a C116 in beautiful condition, A Joystick which I never thought I would see again, and a Jack Attack cartridge which was the one game we had going at the CES
Jeri has over 200 videos up on Youtube about many subjects. In this video Jeri talks about the steps she will do to grow NMOS transistors i
Can you believe there is still CBM News after all of these years?
Forums dedicated to retro computers are alive, well and active. Find out what happens when I botch the background information on a SID cartridge for the Plus4 at the
I just love grassroots engineers who get bigtime validation. I especially like to see a female do well in field that has historically been a full of males.
Something new for something old, TED, aka Plus4 and 264, gets a SID chip. Now internally the TED was occasionally accused of having raucous squawking noises, <cough> Terry Ryan <cough>
Thanks to Gerrit Heitsch for the pics of old chips including HMOSI and HMOSII versions of the 7501/8501 which would have caught it in mid release for the Plus4 cycle.
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