On 12/2/2014 2:08 PM, Nate Lawson wrote: > Sure, but Tramiel was also squeezing him constantly as was his pattern (info on this is from the Bagnall book, 2nd ed.). Bagnall's books is a great source of info, but there are errors as well, some larger than others... Mensch could have had rose colored glasses on the day I talked to him in 1995, but he didn't seem to think ill of Jack or CSG. > > It seemed like C= was smart enough to keep Mensch on the payroll after he left (though all the other 6502 team drifted away), and they used him to clone TI parts and other misc. semiconductor work. WDC was always an odd duck. They kept surviving on the 6502 and an archaic layout process by targeting embedded products. And continue to survive. They just came out with a 65C51, as I recall, not too terribly long ago. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2014-12-04 07:00:03
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