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SubjectRe: TRS80 mutating into Triton II under Linux questions
On Fri, 3 May 1996, Andrew Walker wrote:
> > Those were the days, eh? The days I hated.
> >
> > And the Vic 20? Oh, let me tell you ...
> >
>
> Did you say VIC-20? I had one of those. 24x22 blocky graphics on a TV
> screen, but at least it was colour. And it had 5K of RAM, with 3.5 of
> that available for user programs. I dragged it out a couple of years
> ago and built a 16K expansion board.

Actually, I still have a Microbee, which was an Australian computer. It
sits in my office as an EEPROM blower. Still works great!


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#!/bin/sh
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