Category Archives: Vintage Computing Website

RetroComputing Roundtable July 2011

The new RetroComputing Roundtable podcast is out. There is another aficionado by the name of David Greelish who runs the website ClassicComputing.com Now David Greelish has a podcast titled “Retro Computing Roundtable” where he talks about vintage computing. In this Podcast he … Continue reading

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Kids say the darndest things about 80s tech

I thought this was cute. Kids are presented technology from the 80s and asked what it is.. A lot of you guys will get a kick out of this.

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One man’s amusing look at the Commodore 64X

I was supposed to write about the Commodore 64x but with the holidays I really haven’t had a chance to. In a nutshell they good a modern PC motherboard and stuck it in a C64 case. Now you can go … Continue reading

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Technologizer: The ones that didn’t make it windows failed rivals

The website technologizer had a decent article about the GUI interfaces that competed against Windows on the PC platform. It’s an interesting read. http://technologizer.com/2010/11/22/the-ones-that-didnt-make-it-windows-failed-rivals/

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Retro Computing Roundtable First Podcast

There is another aficionado by the name of David Greelish who runs the website ClassicComputing.com Now David Greelish has a podcast titled “Retro Computing Roundtable” where he talks about vintage computing. So far he is doing pretty well. His first podcast … Continue reading

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Manx : An online catalogue of manuals for old computers

Manx is a a open source system for managing catalogs of technical documents. You can get the code yourself here :manx.codeplex.com from the site: “The system was created to handle the needs of the vintage computing community with respect to … Continue reading

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A brother from down under: www.classic-computers.org.nz

Terry Stewart from New Zealand recently posted an introduction to ClassicCMP and I just had to blog about his site:www.classic-computers.org.nz He has himself a nice collection Some of the computers he has listed: Ohio Scientific Challenger 1P, Apple II+, PET/CBM 3032, TRS 80 … Continue reading

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