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Archive for the ‘Apple I’ Category

Applefritter | Applefritter

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/11/20

History: Applefritter | Applefritter

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For everyone who still loves and uses old computers.

Posted by jpluimers on 2017/11/13

For everyone who still loves and uses old computers.

Quite a few nice products for your vintage Apple II, //e and //c machines.

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Apple@40: happy birthday!

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/04/01

Apple Inc. just turned 40 today. Happy birthday!

Based on Mac@30, here is my educated guess for Apple@40.

(Boy what were they thinking when establishing Apple Computer Inc. on April 1st 1976)

–jeroen

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Soldering your own 6502 together: Ben Hack creating an Apple I, others doing NINA65, Loom 6502, etc.

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/11/17

Some great links posted last week by mos6502 about soldering your own 6502 based computer.

The videos are of Ben Heck building an Apple I replica. But others did similar builing of NINA65, Loom 6502 and others.

I wish I had soldering skills like that, but I’m more of a programmer (that started on a 6502).

Great viewing those links and videos.

–jeroen

via: Do you remember the Apple I auction results that went through the media….

Here are Ben Heck’s videos: Read the rest of this entry »

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