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Fans of Old Computers

Proud of the fact that you could sort punched cards faster than anyone? Still got that CP/M boot disk "just in case"? Admit your age and post pictures and stories from the good old days.

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12/06/2012 11:28 AM

Did not actually use the TRS-80 that much. BUT I sold the first one at the Radio Shack in middle Nebraska! Too bad it was returned two weeks later because they could not figure how to program it!!

My first useful computer was the Sinclair ZX-81. Built it from a kit and did a lot of programing. Then a Commodore64 for quite a while. Then the company I started working for had PC components, so decided to build my own (first hard drive 40MB) and teach myself DOS then Windows.

I still have several 8" floppy disks I like to pull out and freak my kids!

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