[vcf-midatlantic] 8080 programmer trainer
sentrytv at yahoo.com
Thu Jul 30 19:55:12 EDT 2020
Yeah it’s amazing, this is exactly what those sellers do also,
when you want to get a price from them on how much they want for these things, which is absolutely ridiculous.
The model is an MST-80B Microcomputer trainer.
In a custom attaché case with power supply and breadboard.
It has a ceramic 8080 processor on it.
And of course support chips, some of them also are ceramic.
Documentation is by Gordon D. Jones
My extremely complicated, hand held electronic device.
> On Jul 30, 2020, at 7:41 PM, Bill Degnan via vcf-midatlantic <vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
> Ok then what make and model is this 8080 trainer? I dont need a picture.
> And just go on e ay search the sold listings for your item. That's a good
> barometer for what anything relatively mainstream would sell for.
>> On Thu, Jul 30, 2020, 3:16 PM Douglas Crawford via vcf-midatlantic <
>> vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
>> Separate thread please!
>> On 7/30/2020 2:47 PM, Dave McGuire via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
>> On 7/30/20 2:39 PM, Dave Wade via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
>> Of course there's nothing wrong with it. People are just lazy
>> and inconsiderate.
>> Yes yes..but what make model is it? We can just look on the web for
>> existing photos? problem solved.
>> Good point. ;)
>> The problem with not allowing images is that any links to images are
>> liable to vanish rendering the archive of such messages pointless.
>> Most of the free image store sites are struggling to make money and
>> clamping down on image links and closing or reducing...
>> Some, like PINTEREST make you sign up before you look at them....
>> ... I think some one said "a picture paints a thousand words and its
>> probably true...
>> Thus the problem with using free image services. I have my own servers,
>> so I (and only I) determine when content becomes unavailable, but people
>> who think that's "too much work" just end up providing expiring content.
>> Life is a trade-off.
>> One possible approach would be to have some server space set aside for
>> this mailing list's content, and let people put stuff there. The
>> classiccmp mailing lists, while otherwise dysfunctional, provide this and
>> it works out quite well.
>> But then we're back to the problem of people thinking it's ok to just
>> dive in and use tools without first learning anything about them.
>> Google "Eternal September".
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