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CBM 8 Bit Repair - VCF Workshop Sneak Peek

Rob Clark and Bil Herd team up to talk about repairing 8 Bit Computers and their peripherals on May 5th, 2012 at VCF East 8.0

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

It all started with Pong

Thanks to Tod Ihde for this picture of old Vic 20 Paddle Controllers in good condition. One could argue that the public perception of home computers was forged with the emergence of Pong. 

CBM.prg Studio to support C128

Arthur Jordison contacted me about his website where he features CBM prg Studio, which is a windows based development tool aimed at the C64 and V

Commodore C64 Anniversary with Jack Tramiel, Steve Wozniak and Bil Herd

Commodore C64 25th Anniversary w/ Jack Tramiel

This was a very rare appearance by Jack Tramiel a couple of years ago at the 25th anniversary of the Commodore C64.  A retro time was had by all.  Sign up or subscribe to RSS for more retro paraphe

Commodore a Company On The Edge - Jack Tramiel, Chuck Peddle, Bil Herd

Commodore - A Company on the Edge by Brian Bagnall

  • Fri, 2011-10-07 22:09

Filled with first-hand accounts of ambition, greed, and inspired engineering, this history of the personal computer revolution takes readers inside the cutthroat world of Commodore.

Chuck Peddle, Jeri Ellsworth, Bil Herd Interview

Chuck Peddle, father of the 6502 an Evil Genius? (2 minutes)

Bil Herd Asks Chuck Peddle if he is really an Evil Genius since the T-800 Combat Chassis "Terminator" and the "Bender" bending chassis are 6502 based.  This is from a multi hour interview for the C

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