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Andy Taylor
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One of Douglas Adams' computers, a Apple Macintosh SE/30, has been discovered by a Cambridgeshire computer collector.
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I had a similar thing happen when I bought a Mac Plus a few years ago. The external 40MB hard drive contained files belonging to childrens' author Jana Novotny Hunter, who I emailed out of curiosity. She said the computer had been stolen years before. She didn't want it back, but she did want the files off it. I packed them up with Stuffit and sent them to her - I've no idea if she made any use of them!
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Something I did a while ago...
What computer does Lord Sugar use to tweet? He uses an Amstrad NC200 Notebook Computer of course!
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I spent many hours trying to get a optimal configuration for my system using this BIOS setup screen! The screenshot was taken from my 486 DX2 66Mhz PC.
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This is my Sinclair ZX Spectrum + using a Sinclar MicroVision (MTV1B). The text is a bit small! You can't really read it.
This is my Sinclair ZX Spectrum + using a Sinclar MicroVision (MTV1B). The text is a bit small! You can't really read it.
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spectacular, it had to be done!
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One of our developers todfay deleted the above account.  These are used Policy Bassed managment.  And ARE needed. If you have deleted them, follow these steps:- 1) Run:- use  msdb   go sp_change_users_login 'Report' 2) Ta...
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Story Interpretation of the mobile game 'Flappy Bird'. Control a duck by tapping any key to make him fly up, and so avoid the oncoming pipes. Notes Everybody seems to be going crazy over Flappy Bir...
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what a Quack Andy
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Out little puppy is now 13 weeks old!
Little Master Indiana Bones has had a very eventful week. He has been able to go outside to do his wees and poops without an audience in the garden!
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Trying out the camera on my new HTC one m8. This photo was taken in low light conditions. 
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Raspberry Pi computers all set-up ready for visitors tomorrow.
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Armiga Project - A modern look to one of the greatest computers in history. 
The machine, which we call, the Armiga, is a beautiful piece of modern technology. It's built around a modern Dual Core ARM CPU, that plays together with our custom made floppy controller. This is...
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A few WSPR spots today.
Recent WSPR transmissions received at 2E0GPU
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Ben at Phenoptix has made a nice hybrid handheld console - The PiBoy. At first glance this made me rather sad. Two classics brutally butchered for the sake of an ugly emulator.
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  • West Herts College
    BTEC Computing, 1995 - 1997
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Retro computing enthusiast based in the East of England
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Retro gamer and volunteer for The Centre for Computing History in Cambridge. Ham radio call-sign 2E0GPU. Works in IT. Not in Duran Duran
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Windows, Linux VMware and network administrator.
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