[vcf-midatlantic] Museum/workshop report

Neil Cherry ncherry at linuxha.com
Mon Feb 11 00:01:38 EST 2019

On 2/10/19 10:46 PM, Mike Loewen via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
> On Sun, 10 Feb 2019, Evan Koblentz via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
>> Personal comment: if you'd told me a year ago that I would ever feel totally comfortable 
>> using the front panel on HP and DEC minicomputers, demoing memory diagnostics on the 
>> UNIVAC, and (as of yesterday) starting to feel some kind of comprehension in 6502 
>> assembly ... I might not have believed you. Thank you Mike L, DG, Drom, Adam, etc. for 
>> encouraging this former English major that I too could learn such things. Thinking in 
>> octal and understanding about opcodes!? What's happening to me??
>     Nerd!  :-)
>     Want to expand your mind?  I also have a light chaser for the IMSAI 8080:
> http://q7.neurotica.com/Oldtech/S100/IMSAI/Cylon.txt
> http://q7.neurotica.com/Oldtech/S100/IMSAI/Cylon-S.mp4
>     You enter it in hexadecimal.  :-)

Yeah, it's a bit better than octal. ;-)

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