Run/Stop-Restore: 10th Anniversary Edition

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Computers - 132 pages
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A book that took 10 years to make! A book about a bygone era of computing that never really rolled over and played dead, more like dug a tunnel andwent underground. Here is a modern collection of ancient writings about a computer thought of as extinct-- the Commodore! Relive or discover for thefirst time what it was like to use and work with the best selling single board computer in history through the eyes of one who still admires itscomplex simplicity.


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As an avid user of the old Commodore 64 computer, I have been involved as a programmer, my biggest success being honored in the last issue of RUNmagazine with my program "Check It Out" I love using the machine as it still seems to have some spunk left in those old chips. I am president of theCommodore Users Group of Kansas City and newsletter editor. I also serve on the staff of the Fresno Commodore Users Group as newsletter editor. Icurrently live in Kansas City, Kansas

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