WOW! What a great site! Your photos show what I aspire to for my collection. To
Capture that early computer store feel.
Some observations… The photo captioned “Televideo terminal and IMSAI 8080” actually
shows an LSI Adm3 terminal, not a Televideo. Same for the SWTP and other photos
with that terminal. “Dazzler board graphics?” is, yes, absolutely that. You can remove
the question mark. You could also add that that particular image is the “kscope” kaleidoscope
program. I run it on my Dazzler and have seen almost that exact image. Same for the
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of Andrew Molloy
Sent: Tuesday, May 03, 2011 1:36 AM
Subject: [midatlanticretro] ray borrill and the data domain
I put together a small tribute site to Ray Borrill and his Data Domain
store. Ray was a VCFer and sold his Apple-1 at VCF 4.0 in 2000 on the
west coast. He had tons of interesting stories and opened one of the
early retail computer stores in the US back in 1976. Worked with Willy
Higinbotham, Bob Spinrad, Mike Swaine and Ted Nelson, among others.
He was going to attend VCF East a few years back but had to back out
for health reasons.
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