On 12/08/2015 9:54 AM, vk4akp wrote: > Hi Guy's, I just stumbled upon "cbm-hackers" while Googling some stuff on > IEEE-488. :) > Very pleased to find you guys! G'day cobber and welcome from Western Australia ;-) > A bit about me. > > Ex CBM outlet employee of some 10ish years from back in the 80's. > Started on Vic-20 > c64 > A1000 > A2000 > A3000 (Now very interested in what > I have missed c128 etc!) :) > Ran BBS's on all. (Punter then Paradox / Cnet + lots of others). > Also a keen interest in communications, Amateur Radio, Alternative energy; > Living; Health; etc. > > These days I maintain a nice collection of retro gear that I constantly try > and collect. > I find my hobbies cross over greatly and mix nicely. Ham Radio <> Retro > Computing <> Solar etc. > > I love IEEE-488 but am still in search of a 8250LP or SFD-1001 (100i). > (100TPI) > I have some Punter BBS disks that I'm sure the software is lost to time. > I have no idea if they can still read but if I can ever get my hands on a > compatible 100TPI drive I'd love to attempt recovery of the software. > > I also have Catweasel & KryoFlux Disk archiving tools. > > I think that's about it for now. > Love to hear from other keen users on their projects and interests. > > Mostly vintage/retro computers and electronics including the Dick Smith Wizzard and VZ200/300. Built my own Z80 computer out of junkbox components dubbed the "Junkbox VZ" and prototyped a Wizzard multicart plus various projects over the years for C= and other computers. http://users.on.net/~clockmeister for some of it. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2015-08-12 18:01:20
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