Re: [cravcomp] Website: OldComputers.net
- Very good site that can suck you in to hours of browsing and a good reference when you need information. Of course it's missing the MCM/70...JimFrom: Bee Dee <bill@...>
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2013 10:54 AM
Subject: [cravcomp] Website: OldComputers.net
This is a nice website with some really good content.
The front page starts with:
Welcome to the Obsolete Technology Website
It has a nice, year-by-year listing of most of the most popular and
groundbreaking microcomputers and systems of the times.
(by "microcomputer system" I mean items like the MOS KIM-1 and the
RCA COSMAC VIP, etc., which were arguably not really "microcomputers"
in the full sense of the meaning and when compared to complete or
more complete systems like the IMSAI 8080, SOL, Apple II, TRS-80, etc.)
Looking through the site is kind of like taking a stroll through my
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- Yeah, there are hours and hours of reading and enjoyment there.
Another really good website is Old-Computers.com, which has even more
information on more computers, including some on the MCM/70:
Wikipedia doesn't even have a photo, but a good/decent historical overview:
--- In email@example.com, Jim Scheef <jscheef@...> wrote:
> Very good site that can suck you in to hours of browsing and a good reference when you need information. Of course it's missing the MCM/70...
- Let's not forget the Tandy 2000 user group:
Hours and hours of fun there too! Zzzzzzzzzzzzz
Oh you know you want to join anyway.