Re: [PanoToolsNG]OT Re: graphic links for a tour
- On 7/31/2007 8:42 AM, Yuval Levy rambled on about ...:
> RomualdV wrote:OK, Yuval, what did you do with the money?
>> And what about sinclair Z80 ?
> I'm still chewing the keys of a Spectrum! and a Commodore64 is busy
> blending panos in 16 colors! And an HP 48S controls remotely any
> BRING BACK THE EIGHTIES, yeah!
> I'm taking a ride, with my best friend.
> I hope he never lets me down again.
> He knows where he's taking me
> panning around what I want to see
> I'm taking a ride with my pan head.
> We're flying high
> We're watching the world pass us by
> Never want to come down
> Never want to leave a nadir track
> on the ground
> have fun everybodyPat Swovelin
Cool Guy @ Large
- I gave my Dad my Osborne Executive (Z80 transportable) when he retired. He broke the keyboard connector and threw it out, and it's a collector's item today! It also was A LOT faster than my 2.4 GHZ Pentium (or at least as I remember it!)
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Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 6:02 PM
Subject: [PanoToolsNG] Re: OT Re: graphic links for a tour
He-he-he, I still have mine in a closet somewhere.
If you can get it down to run in the internal 8K I'm all for it (I'll
need the external 16K RAM add-on pack for an image processing cache).
It has been a long time since I've used a cassette data storage
system......... ah nostalgia.
>> BTW, I'm personally holding out for the TRS-80 port for panotools.
> I'm BETA testing it as we speak.
And what about sinclair Z80 ?
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