Re: Computer signage on my table
- That is great news - the Apple 1 is something most people have never been able to get
their hands on, just read about - should be cool!
Have you given any thought to enclosing it in a "period" case. As you know, many were in
hand built wooden cases with the keyboard, or generic metal enclosures. I've uploaded a
I'll print out an Ad and Article on the Apple 1 from my website to have on display next to
the unit at the show.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "evan947" <evan947@y...> wrote:
> Good news: a couple of days ago the replica started to work. I don't
> know how to program in assembly, but I had fun playing with Integer
> BASIC. I also was able to use Woz's 'monitor' application.
> Yesterday I ordered a non-volatile IC from DigiKey.com, to replace
> the volatile chip that Vince Briel includes with the design. That
> should arrive tomorrow or Monday. (I had to do this -- there is no
> other storage option because my case design won't have room for the
> serial I/O board and Vince says the cassette interface isn't
> FYI, for those who have no idea what I'm talking about:
> http://home.comcast.net/~vbriel/index.htm :)
> Now that it works, I'm designing a custom case for it. Since I
> collect handhelds/portables, I figured my case should be of the
> laptop variety. Sellam Ismail (of VCF fame) gave me an old
> PowerBook -- it's the model 145B because that one is rather large,
> giving me plenty of room to work. I took it apart, removed the
> screen and all of the electronics, so now it's just a bare plastic
> shell. Now I'm working on stuffing the following inside it:
> keyboard, new LCD display, motherboard, NiMH cells. The only problem
> so far is getting the board to work with the LCD, but Vince is
> helping with that.
> I put a photo of the 'empty' laptop under the photos link in this
> group. The photo is not very good quality but you get the idea.
> --- In email@example.com, "macmothership"
> <macmothership@y...> wrote:
> > Evan,
> > Wow - that really would complete the line-up and fit in perfectly.
> I can create a sign for
> > that also. Great!
> > Do you have a small monitor for it to use?
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, evan <evan947@y...> wrote:
> > > Sounds great, Jim. Would be even better if the rest of us follow
> your lead.
> > > :)
> > >
> > > If I can the Apple 1 replica working, we can put that on your
> table too.
- Yes, I'm considering that... however the portable version is my main
project right now. (Vince Briel, who designed the kit, has a version
very similar to the original, just like in your photo. Check his out:
http://home.comcast.net/~vbriel/r1se.htm) -- it's sold already but I
think he's willing to make more for whoever is willing to order one.
Have you given any thought to enclosing it in a "period" case.
> --- In email@example.com, "evan947" <evan947@y...>wrote:
> > Good news: a couple of days ago the replica started to work