chrism3667 at yahoo.com
Sun Nov 26 19:50:11 CST 2006
> I'd be somewhat interested to know what people
> consider to be the 'stars'
> of that collection, given that I don't have any of
> the traditional
> rarities (like a striaght-8, or a Lisa, or even a
What matters is what you find groovy. Don't matter
much what the rest of the herd thinks. Yes I do have a
couple of the kewell items, like a Lisa (busted?) and
a gorgeous Canon Cat. The Lisa I'm truly enamored
with, but I'd probably sell the Cat if I could get a
good enough price. He he.
I will look the list over again. In most cases I
didn't have a clue what any of it was! LOL
> > there. You know if you did sell it, you could
> > an even bigger London house LOL LOL.
> Yes, but what would I put in it :-)
umm machinery? Got a T & LM lathe yet (not very big
granted). Or a Drummond round bed? I want both, but
you see there's this location problem...
You should really try to secure some of that stuff
while the getting is good. Could be most are in
> There speaks somebody who's never used a Beeb.
> Seriously, if I wanted to
> do 6502 assembly language, I'd nse a BBC micro.
> There's an assembler
> built into the (excellent) BASIC.
You can still download BBC basic for pc's I believe,
and there's even a version that produces Win32
executables IIRC. The thing I like about the Commie is
the built in hardware sprites. VERY easy to program.
It's just an all around fun platform. There are others
> I am not sure why anyone would consider 80x86
> assembly language to be
> pleasant :-)
Quite gratifying to get something running on one.
Besides I know little else :(, and not a whole lot of
that LOL LOL
> > When do we get to look at some pictures of your
> > stash? You know I'm sure a local newspaper or
> That could be a problem...
If you're ever moved, send me the prints and I'll
host them. If you ever feel moved...
> Not really. There's an (old-ish) Pentium laptop here
> which is used for
> one thing and one thing only. Running the diagnostic
> program for my
> father's car.
Ok, what kind of car is it?
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