imitation game movie

Chuck Guzis cclist at
Wed Feb 11 22:50:02 CST 2015

On 02/11/2015 05:47 PM, Jon Elson wrote:
> On 02/11/2015 01:22 PM, Chuck Guzis wrote:
>> That was the Super Bee, right?  8008 CPU, but I thought the memory was
>> MOS shift-register, not bucket-brigade (which I mostly associate with
>> analog applications, such as reverb effects).
> No, this predated the super bee.  No CPU at all, just about 75 TTL ICs,
> the clock
> drivers and the bucket brigade chips.  And, yes, some versions of them were
> capable of analog signals, and used to make reverbs.

Hmm, not familiar with that terminal.  Was it like the IBM terminals 
(2250 IIRC?) that used delay lines for video memory (i.e. the delay line 
didn't drive a ROM character generator, but rather held the generated 


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