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I picked up some tape games for the Amstrad CPC and the ZX Spectrum the other day. They came in this carrier bag. Who remembers Laskys? I remember there being one in Charter Place in Watford when I...
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10 PRINT "Laskys is a dosshole"
20 GOTO 10

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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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I like the Amiga... but basing it on a Pi ... it could do better than that!
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Welcome to the Recursion Computer Science Fair, two fabulous, fun-filled days dedicated to Computers, Computing and Computer Science. Friday 14 February: An afternoon dedicated to promoting careers...
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CineFix presents Pulp Fiction retold via old-school 8-bit (and a little 16 bit ;) ) game tech.
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Aardvard3D on youtube has built a 80cm Lego Yoshi statue. Software used is modo and NextEngine scan studio. Watch a video of the build below.
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This is a blog post about the first time I’ve ever connected to a Viewdata system.
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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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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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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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This hard disk was in a PC that I picked up today. The person who gave it to me said I must destroy the hard disk. 

Unfortunately, a low level erase failed as there was too many errors on the disk. So I had to do something physical!
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My name is Andy and I’m a collector of vintage and retro computers. I live in Whittlesey which is near Peterborough in the East of England. I have a mixture of systems in my collection from many manufactures including Amstrad, Acorn, Apple, Commodore, Sega, Research Machines, Nintendo, and Tatung. My first ever computer I had access to at home was a Commodore VIC-20, then a Amstrad CPC6128 then onto PCs and Apple Macintosh. I have been ‘retro computing’ for about 5 years now.