Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Lego ZX-81

  I have no idea who Paul Dunning is but this person has made an incredibly cool looking ZX-81 in Lego. This thing is amazingly cool He even has a little Clive Sinclair You really need to check out all … Continue reading

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What is VCF East and why do you want to go?

What is the Vintage Computer Festival East and why do you want to go? VCF brings computer enthusiasts from all over to display, teach and talk about vintage and classic computing. For those of you who enjoy classic car shows, … Continue reading

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Vintage Computer Fest East 8.0 May 5th and 6th 2012

MARCH, The Mid Atlantic Retro Computing Hobbyists is having their annual Vintage Computer Fair over at the Infoage Science, Learning Center and Museum in Wall NJ.. VCFE 8.0 has a number of great speakers this year Tom Kurtz, Co-inventor of … Continue reading

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Happy 30th to the Commodore 64

Yes, 30 years ago Commodore International unveiled the Commodore 64 at the 1982 Winter Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. (I was waiting till CES to post this, but I saw everyone else posting their articles ..Oh well Eh..) What … Continue reading

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John Scully interview at The Classic Computing Show

What a way to start the new year!! David Greelish is at it again with his Classic Computing show podcast. You may know David from his Retro Computing Roundtable podcast This time he interviews John Scully, CEO of Apple Computers … Continue reading

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