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Forum etiquette. Apple II Plus - what logic Later Apple machines from the Lisa to the Mac and beyond, including clones.
This web site is dedicated to collecting, restoring and simply playing with old A. Like many in the computer age, I cut my teeth on computer systems that represent the dawn of the computer revolution. Others, such as the AtariOsborne 1, Kaypro 2x and Dec Pro have less historical but more personal significance at least to me.
Highlights included DEC minicomputers, an IBM mainframe, all manner of 8-bit microcomputers, a Xerox Alto emulator, a replica differential analyzer that won the best-of-show award, and several examples of homemade CPUs--all of which were up-and-running. Disclaimer: I am the president of the Vintage Computer Federation. Carl Claunch restored an IBM mainframe from about He also brought his homemade replica
By ianoidFebruary 19, in Classic Computing. I post pretty innocuous stuff there, so I'm sure I didn't violate any policies. I like this forum quite a lot, but VCF seems to be the most active single forum for vintage computing of the most vintage kind.
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Retrocomputing is the use of older computer hardware and software in modern times. Retrocomputing is usually classed as a hobby and recreation rather than a practical application of technology; enthusiasts often collect rare and valuable hardware and software for sentimental reasons. However, some do make use of it.