A new Lisp-based OS that hearkens back to the old days of comprehensible computers
lproven at gmail.com
Wed Sep 30 09:31:22 CDT 2015
On 29 September 2015 at 19:06, SPC <spedraja at ono.com> wrote:
> Very interesting. I must do an end-of-training project this year involving
> Rapsberry Pi devices. Perhaps I'll give it a try.
I just ordered a Pi 2, fitted inside a modified replacement keyboard
for a ZX Spectrum that I found when packing up my house before leaving
the UK. It's required a little bit of case modification to the
keyboard, which is a slightly shame, but it was not particularly
valuable and I have no other use for it.
The keyboard is one of these:
And the conversion was done by Tynemouth Software:
Dave Curran of Tynemouth refurbishes dead 8-bits either as USB
keyboards for modern computers, or fits RasPis into them to bring them
back to life.
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