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Commodore, expo, 2001, Bil Herd, MP3, C128, Plus4

Commodore Expo 2001

  • Sat, 2012-01-07 23:58

Here is an oldie: MP3's of my talk at the Commodore Expo in Lousville around 2001.  Noisey at first, gets better, the kid in the background is mine.
 

Bil Herd Video on Commodore C116

C116 Video with Bil Herd

Thanks again to Rob Clarke who sent me a C116 in beautiful condition, A Joystick which I never thought I would see again, and a Jack Attack cartridge which was the one game we had going at the CES

Commodore 1571 and P-40 Warhawk

What does the Commodore 1571 and the P-40 Warhawk have in common?

What does Commodore 1571 and P-40 Warhawk have in common?

Commodore Free Magazine

Commodore Free

Can you believe there is still CBM News after all of these years?

Commodore Plus4 World Forum

Plus 4 forums still very alive

Forums dedicated to retro computers are alive, well and active.  Find out what happens when I botch the background information on a SID cartridge for the Plus4 at the

World of Commodore Toronto Pet Users Club

World of Commodore

World of Commodore
Saturday December 3, 2011 - Doors open at 10:00am

Plus4 Sid Chip expansion card

Plus4/264/TED gets a SID Chip y'all

Something new for something old, TED, aka Plus4 and 264, gets a SID chip.  Now internally the TED was occasionally accused of having raucous squawking noises, <cough> Terry Ryan <cough>

Commodore.ca, Commodore archive

Commodore.CA One of the best CBM collections on the Net

Thanks to Ian over at commodore.ca for his great work in collecting CBM memorabilia.  Not only extensive history but a good collection of

Ethernet Interface for C64/C128

Ethernet for C64/128

There is a surprising amount of modern day work being done to support the 25 year old retro-computers; memory expansion, modern storage and accelerators to name a few.  I had the opportunity to loo

Commodore C232 Bil Herd Dave Haynie Fred Bowen Terry Ryan

Commodore C232, aka "32K TED" - Courtesy of Rob Clarke

Thanks to Rob Clarke for these great pictures of a working 232, aka "32K TED".  This would have been based on the standard PCB layouts and then modified by Okubo-san's team in Tokyo.  There were MA

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