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The Ultimate Oldschool PC Font Pack: Home
Home of the world's biggest collection of classic text mode fonts, system fonts and BIOS fonts from DOS-era IBM PCs and compatibles
fonts  retro  oldschool 
october 2018 by deusx
Basic instinct: how we used to code • Reg Hardware
I’ve recently caught myself, like some horrific solo re-write of the Monty Python Four Yorkshiremen sketch, waxing lyrical to my two iPod-wielding young ‘uns about the good old days; when men were men, computers were effectively clockwork, and computer games… well, come to think about it, they still cost about 69p. But you didn’t download them from an app store. Oh no. They came bound into computer magazines and had to be typed in by hand. And oh yes, they were in an arcane language called Basic.
retro  oldschool  programming  to:fb 
july 2012 by deusx
Escapes.js
escapes.js is a small JavaScript library for rendering ANSI art, a form of computer art that flourished in the mid 90s. ANSI art was composed by colorizing sequences of characters and blocks drawn in the built-in system font, which made it easy to transmit across telephone wires. As a result, ANSI art was especially popular on Bulletin Board Systems (BBSes).
to:fb  art  ansi  oldschool  webdev  javascript 
february 2012 by deusx
Great Gifts: Computers on Christmas Morning - Slideshow from PCMag.com
Ah, the anticipation of Christmas morning. Who could ever forget that frenzied level of excitement we felt as children as we climbed into bed on Christmas Eve, with our palms sweating and our hearts racing. If you grew up celebrating Christmas, it's likely that you've felt this way at least once in your life (maybe you still do). The experience of waking up on Christmas morning and discovering a cache of otherwise unattainable goodies is one that you will never, ever forget. I have to tell you that my heart is pounding right now just writing this.
christmas  oldschool  retro  computers 
december 2011 by deusx
robohara.com » The Commodore 64 Moves In
My parents bought my Uncle Kenny’s Commodore 64 for me back in 1985. If I remember correctly the sound chip had blown out, so the first thing we they did was have it fixed. Sixteen years later, I still own (and use) that same Commodore computer. I’ve owned dozens of other Commodore computers ov...
c64  retro  oldschool  burgertime 
december 2011 by deusx
Watch THQ and Twitch.TV Tonight To Help Form Voltron Fan Event! | The Retroist
Thanks to our friends over at THQ and Twitch.TV for having the Green Lion drop this press release off to share with you. Watch live video from THQtv on www.twitch.tv In celebration of THQ’s release of VOLTRON: Defender of the Universe (NOW available on XBox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network...
voltron  gaming  oldschool 
december 2011 by deusx
How to Rediscover the Obscure TV Shows and Movies that Made Your Childhood Weird
It's usually pretty easy to track down most big Hollywood releases and major TV shows on DVD, or on Netflix. But what about those works that aren't popular enough for mass production, such as old TV movies, pilots that never made it to air, or lost films that only a die-hard film fan could appr...
odd  oldschool  tv  retro 
december 2011 by deusx
Lunchboxes: The Secret of NIMH vs. the ThunderCats | The Retroist
So, what do you all think? Does Mrs. Brisby and her mob of mice win, or will the ThunderCats slice their way to the top? Only you can decide! Respond to this post and let us know which lunchbox deserves to win!
oldschool  retro  lunchboxes  thundercats 
november 2011 by deusx
Stupid Raymond talent: Screaming carrier - The Old New Thing - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
Similar to Mike, I was able to scream (not whistle: scream) a 300 baud carrier tone. This skill proved useful when I was in college and the mainframe system was down. Instead of sitting around waiting for the system to come back, I just went about my regular business around campus. Every so often, I would go to a nearby campus phone (like a free public phone but it can only make calls to other locations on campus), dial the 300 baud dial-up number, and scream the carrier tone. If I got a response, that meant that the mainframe was back online and I should wrap up what I was doing and head back to the lab.
retro  oldschool  300baud  tech  history  funny 
november 2011 by deusx
ChipWits: The Game of Robot-Programming Fun - Bring Your Brain!
"The Game of Robot-Programming Fun<br />
<br />
Program Robots using graphic chips.<br />
A great way for Kids of all ages to enjoy the fun of programming<br />
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ChipWits will be back in late 2010<br />
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chipwits  oldschool  games  programming  robots  awesome  kids  from delicious
august 2010 by deusx
Solar Realms Elite 0.995: Documentation
"n Solar Realms Elite (SRE), you rule a solar empire. The goal is to become and remain the most powerful empire. You can gain strength by buying forces, and you can gain size by colonizing planets. You start with 6 planets, and a little bit of money. You are required to feed your people and army, and to pay to maintain your planets and army. If you fail to do these things, disastrous results may occur. You are given 20 years (“turns”) of protection, during which you can not attack or be attacked. You can not perform covert operations (except Spy). This provides a way for smaller empires to build up their defenses and planets before they enter the “real world”. "
bbs  doorgames  oldschool  sre  games  gaming  from delicious
august 2010 by deusx
Jon Combe | Experiments | Thrust: A classic computer game remake using <canvas>
"Thrust was just awesome and it is that game which I have attempted to recreate here using just JavaScript and the HTML <canvas> tag. I have 'cheated' a little in that I use Scott Schiller's excellent SoundManager 2 Javascript audio manager (which in turn uses Flash) to play the sounds, but I think that is fair game in the spirit of what I am trying to do."
gaming  html5  canvas  thrust  oldschool  classic  from delicious
july 2010 by deusx
Retrode - Stone Age Gamer
"Play your SNES, SFC, Gensis, and Mega-Drive games on your PC! Free shipping! Your Price: $96.99"
retrode  gaming  snes  sega  oldschool  hardware  from delicious
april 2010 by deusx
The Complete History of Lemmings - The DMA History Site
"Lemmings started life as a simple animation back in August 1989 when DMA Design had just moved into their first office (which only consited of 2 small rooms), and were begining a new game called Walker (based on the walker that was used in Blood Money)."
lemmings  amiga  dma  retro  oldschool  development  gaming  history  from delicious
april 2010 by deusx
PetSynth | Chiron Bramberger
"This is the official project page for PetSynth - the only program for rocking the Commodore PET that the cool kids use."
commodore  pet  petsynch  nifty  music  oldschool  from delicious
april 2010 by deusx
cbm-hackers mailing list: Professional-1541-DOS (was: Re: Big-PET)
"The "Professional-1541-DOS" from Mikrotronic System is an add-on for the 1541 and a C64 or a C128 in C64 mode, which is supposed to speedup all read- and write-operations of the drive. The Professional-DOS is an expansion for an already installed speeder with a parallel cable, like SpeedDOS, SpeedDOS Plus, Floppy Flash User System and Floppy Flash Toolkit System."
c64  commodore  prodos  mikrotronic  retro  oldschool  from delicious
april 2010 by deusx
The C64 Floppy-Speeder Professional-DOS from Mikrotronic
"The Professional-DOS Floppy-Speeder from Mikrotronic for the Commodore home computers C64, C128 and C128D and it's peripherals C1541, C1541-C and C1571 was one of the Super-Floppy-Speeders. This class of speeder systems were mostly equipped with hardware modification boards and a parallel cable of course. Well known products are Dolphin-DOS from Dolphin-Software, Prologic-DOS (Classic) from Jann Datentechnik, Turbo-Trans from Roßmöller and Professional-DOS from Mikrotronic."
prodos  c64  hardware  oldschool  retro  from delicious
april 2010 by deusx
Lallafa’s Blog » OpenCBM on Mac
"OpenCBM is a library and a set of command line tools that allow to control old Commodore IEC devices like the famous 1541 floppy disk drive. You can transfer disk image to and from old discs. As modern computers do not provide a IEC connector, OpenCBM allows to control adapters that attach to your PC. Older PCs use parallel port cables (like the XA1541 or XS1541) and newer ones use a USB adapter (XU1541 or XUM1541).

This pages shows you how to use OpenCBM on your Mac. As modern Macs only support USB connectors and no parallel ones, we focus on setting up the XU1541 or XUM1541 devices."
opencbm  commodore  64  mac  osx  xum1541  hardware  retro  oldschool  from delicious
march 2010 by deusx
Project 64 Hardware
"Documentation for C64 related Hardware and Firmware"
c64  commodore  oldschool  retro  hardware  documentation  from delicious
february 2010 by deusx
FC5025 USB 5.25" Floppy Controller - Device Side Data
"Device Side Data's FC5025 USB 5.25" floppy controller plugs into any computer's USB port and enables you to attach a 5.25" floppy drive. Even if your computer has no built-in floppy controller, the FC5025 lets you read those old disks. And it's not just for IBM PC disks – it also understands formats used by Apple, Atari, Commodore and TI, among others."
oldschool  retro  hardware  wishlist  floppies  archival  backup  preservation  storage  from delicious
february 2010 by deusx
Robot Chicken Does Castlevania - Castlevania - Kotaku
"If you're going to make fun of Castlevania, you can focus on one of two things: tiny shorts or whips. This clip from a recent Robot Chicken episode has made its call."
castlevania  gaming  oldschool  dracula  funny  robochicken  from delicious
september 2009 by deusx
Atari 1200XL vs. Dell Inspiron 1525
"I decided: why not ignore the fact that my first computer and my latest computer are 27 years apart? Why not stack them on top of each other, take some silly photos, and put up a chart comparing how many kilo-whatsits of X the Atari had to how many giga-whosits the Dell had.

So you have it... a brief comparison of the classic and short-lived Atari 1200XL to the modern and also short-lived Dell Inspiron 1525."
atari  computers  retro  oldschool  history  programming  from delicious
september 2009 by deusx
A trip down memory lane and beyond at Vintage Computer Fest - Ars Technica
"A photo essay featuring some hardware you may remember, some you may have only heard of, and a few things that you were probably never aware existed. One thing we learned: the older a computer is, the more likely it is to be blue."
vintage  computer  festival  east  retro  oldschool  from delicious
september 2009 by deusx
Good Deal Games - Classic Videogame Games ARTICLE - Activision Patches ( Atari, Colecovision, Intellivision )
I had no idea these existed. I so totally would have had a full set of Starmaster patches. "To obtain any of the coveted Activision patches, a player would need to play a particular game, reach a pre-determined score, and mail a photograph prooving the accomplishment to Activision. Weeks later the Activision patch would arrive in your mailbox compliments of Activision, accompanied by a nice letter from the company congratulating you on your game-playing skills and welcoming you to the club."
activision  gaming  atari  2600  retro  oldschool  from delicious
september 2009 by deusx
California Extreme 2009, A Celebration of Classic Arcade Games & Pinball
Wishing I was there! "California Extreme 2009, an annual celebration of classic arcade games and pinball, takes place July 11-12 at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara."
gaming  california  extreme  oldschool  arcade  events 
july 2009 by deusx
Source Code of Several Atari 7800 Games Released! | ProgrammerFish - Everything that's programmed!
"Remember the Dig Dug or Centipede or Robotron? They used to be favorites wheimagen Atari’s 7800 series was still around. Now since the era of those consoles is over and a different world of interactive reality gaming has taken over, Atari Museum, a site run by Atari enthusiast, has got hold of has unofficially source code of over 15 games for the coders and enthusiasts to admire the state-of-the-art (because this is what it was back then) of game development."
atari  7800  code  programming  retro  oldschool  gaming  source  assembly 
july 2009 by deusx
Internet Archive: Free Download: Apple II Forever
"Today they're called "mac heads", but way back in the 1980's, Apple users were in love with the Apple II. Despite the introduction of the Mac in 1984, the Apple II continued to have its devoted fans. This program looks at the Apple II culture during the early Mac era. Included are the Apple IIc+, the Apple II-GS, and a rare Apple I. Guests include John Sculley and Gary Kildall. Software demonstrations are of Math Blaster, Paintworks Gold, and Microsoft Bookshelf. Also a look at the newest Macintosh at the time, the Mac IIx. Originally broadcast in 1988."
via:stlhood  apple  video  oldschool  retro  archive  history  computing 
june 2009 by deusx
Raph’s Website » The perfect geek age?
"Looking back on it, it makes me feel a bit sorry for those born ten years later. And I can’t judge ten years earlier, but so much of that seemed to hit at the right age. Looking back at history, it seems like the last big waves of popular invention like this were decades ago. Teens with hot rods? Engineering in the 20s? I see my kids now, and they are so clearly getting the finished products of so much, not the products in the process of invention… Am I wrong?"
age  oldschool  geeks  70s  80s 
may 2009 by deusx
About the Apple //c - a set on Flickr
"I just found this in a box. Dated February 7, 1985, this is a hand-made, hand-written book I wrote for an elementary school project. I was barely 11 years old and was clearly obsessed with the Apple //c -- my first computer. I still have that computer, btw. Apple // Forever."
stlhood  apple  oldschool  photos  awesome 
april 2009 by deusx
A Tribute to Fallen Sodas | Gunaxin
"Ecto Cooler was the Hi-C tangerine and orange flavored drink featuring a picture of Slimer plastered on each box or can. Unfortunately, it’s long since ceased production, or at least ceased to exist under the Ecto Cooler brand. But the reminiscing of all drinks got me thinking, why not profile some of the hits, or more accurately misses, of the drink world? Good or bad, sometimes remembering such things can be fun. So this is a great look back on some of the sodas and soft drinks of years past:"
retro  oldschool  beverages  softdrinks  pop 
february 2009 by deusx
ASCII by Jason Scott / What Is BBS?
"In its most fundamental form, the BBS was simply a computer connected via a modem to a phone line. On the computer was software that, when it detected that someone was calling the modem, would pick up, connect, and then provide the calling person with a menu. From this menu you could post and read messages from other users, send or receive files, or play games. What happened to BBSes, especially as it looked like they’d be around in some form forever, was multi-threaded connection to the Internet, especially Trumpet Winsock, a program that allowed PPP (Point to Point Protocol) on Windows systems."
bbs  retro  oldschool  dialup  internet 
february 2009 by deusx
imacg3.jpg (JPEG Image, 1024x739 pixels)
"THE DOT COM ERA IS OVER. GET OFF MY SHELF, HIPPIE FREAK!"
images  apple2  appleii  dotcom  hardware  retro  oldschool  funny  imac  apple 
january 2009 by deusx
Atari’s 1984 Touch Tablet: A Retro-Unboxing | Technologizer
"The next time you use your shiny new Wacom tablet and Adobe Photoshop CS4, think back to a time before time–a time before blends, morphs, heal brushes, and 10-megapixel images. A time like 1984, which, for computer graphics, was darker than the Dark Ages. It was a time when you could buy an $89.95 Atari CX77 Touch Tablet for your Atari 8-bit home computer. Luckily, I bought mine for considerably less last year, although it was still in new, unopened condition. Safely sequestered in the official Vintage Computing and Gaming computer lab, I recently began the task of unpacking the antique peripheral and documenting the process. Here’s an account of the experience."
atari  retro  hardware  oldschool  tablets 
january 2009 by deusx
Unreality - Ten of the Most Devastating Weapons from NES Games |
"Obtaining a new, more powerful weapon during the course on an old-school NES game was always a rush. Tough enemies were suddenly wusses, and an upgraded or new weapon leveled the playing field tremendously. It was tough not to take pleasure in the increased body count of your foes. For this article, I’m not writing about standard or default weapons - like, say, Pit’s bow in Kid Icarus - no matter how cool they may be. Instead, here’s a look at ten of the most devastating weapons that one can acquire in games for the original NES."
gaming  nes  retro  oldschool 
january 2009 by deusx
95 Old School Games You Can Play Online | AMOG - Alpha Males of the Group
"Remember the classic video games? The 8-bit masterpieces of our sweaty-palmed youth. Inviting some friends over for a Maniac Mansion all-nighter, huffing asthmatically into a cartridge to clear out the dust, or the thrill and crushing disappointment of rescuing a princess, only to discover you’ve really just saved a fungus. ... These games aren’t lost forever. You can still play many of them online. If you love the old classics, this list should have you busy for months. Below is a list of 95 old school video games that you can play online. Click on each title to link directly to the game. Also, we’ve reviewed and rated each game for you, our loyal AMOG readers."
gaming  retro  oldschool  nintendo  arcade  videogames 
december 2008 by deusx
The Video Game Systems of the 1983 Sears Wishbook - The Retroist
At the age of 8, I can clearly remember staring for hours at every page of this wishbook, and I wanted everything in it. "1983 was the year of the video game crash and that year’s Sears Wishbook was chock full of the detritus of a bloated dying industry. You got the handhelds, Vectrex, Gemini, Colecovision, Intellivision, Odyssey 2, Atari 2600 and Atari 5200 in this issue. Along with some great games and accessories. My favorite is the Handsome Hassock storage system on Page 9. I would love one of those now."
gaming  videogames  1983  sears  awesome  retro  oldschool  80s  nostalgia 
december 2008 by deusx
Marshall Alexander
"Growing up in the seventies and eighties, my childhood memories basically consist of videogames, bright plastic toys and TV cartoons. Any time that was left I spent drawing and programming games for my Commodore 64. At a later age a few of my childhood dreams became a reality when I temporarily moved to Melbourne, where I worked as a videogame programmer, did oil-painting in a studio and had my work displayed in one of the local galleries. After a course in Graphic Design I made a career-switch and became a graphic designer/illustrator. Currently back in The Netherlands I work at a small design company and spend my spare time illustrating my childhood memories and designing papertoys. I specialize in one-piece papertoys that consist of a single flat piece of paper, which by intricate folding is transformed into a 3-dimensional model."
gaming  retro  papercraft  diy  toys  oldschool 
december 2008 by deusx
Inside the Commodore 64 - PC World
"This pioneering PC made instant geeks out of millions of people back in the 80s. But what lies within the Commodore 64's fetching brown shell?"
c64  retro  oldschool  hardware  anatomy  commodore 
november 2008 by deusx
pagetable.com » Blog Archive » Commodore BASIC as a Scripting Language for UNIX and Windows - now Open Source
"Today, we are releasing Commodore BASIC as a Scripting Language - it works on Linux, Windows, Mac OS X 10.4/10.5 (Intel and PowerPC), and you even get the source, so you can adapt it to other operating systems and CPUs."
oldschool  basic  c64  scripting  holycrap  nifty  vintage  opensource  retro  commodore64 
november 2008 by deusx
ATARI SDrive
"The SDrive is a device that connects to Atari XL/XE's serial (SIO) port and simulates an Atari floppy disk drive with full read/write access to programs and data stored on a SecureDigital flash card (SD)."
atari  hardware  retro  oldschool  flash  sd 
november 2008 by deusx
Atari 2700 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"The Atari 2700 (also referred to as the Atari Remote Control VCS) was an unreleased console by Atari. Intended for release in 1981, its main standout features were wireless controllers that featured a combination of a joystick and paddle. The fire button was touch-sensitive, as were the buttons on the console. The Reset and Select buttons were relocated to the controllers themselves. The 2700 also featured a storage bin at the top of the console to store the controllers. Focus groups used to test the system noted that the controllers were comfortable, sleek, responsive, and very easy to use."
gaming  atari  atari2700  retro  oldschool 
september 2008 by deusx
The Stupid Gamer » Extremely rare Atari 2700 prototype sells on eBay
"It’s pretty awesome seeing ultra rare and collectable stuff show up for sale, and this one is a true gem. Earlier today, an Atari 2700 prototype sold on eBay for over $5,000. It sounds crazy that someone would bid that much, but the winning bidder is definitely going to be in possession of something they don’t have to worry about finding over at their buddy’s house any time soon. The seller apparently was a game developer from Atari and was given the 2700 as a gift from Leonard Tramiel himself. "
gaming  atari  atari2700  ebay  retro  oldschool 
september 2008 by deusx
Legend of the Red Dragon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Legend of the Red Dragon (LORD) is a text-based role-playing game written in Pascal and run on Bulletin board systems as a third party door game. It was created by Seth Robinson of Robinson Technologies and is currently maintained by Michael Preslar. The player's goal is to improve his or her skills in order to defeat the Red Dragon which has been attacking the village"
bbs  gaming  oldschool 
september 2008 by deusx
PC World - Inside Nintendo's Classic Game Console
"Lots of Americans know the Nintendo Entertainment System. Fewer know the Japanese console it was based on, the Nintendo Family Computer, also known as the Famicom. We'll take a look inside the Famicom and its accessories, including a unique disk system attachment."
nintendo  gaming  consoles  retro  oldschool 
august 2008 by deusx
pagetable.com » Blog Archive » How MOS 6502 Illegal Opcodes really work
"The original NMOS version of the MOS 6502, used in computers like the Commodore 64, the Apple II and the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES), is well-known for its illegal opcodes: Out of 256 possible opcodes, 151 are defined by the architecture, but many of the remaining 105 undefined opcodes do useful things."
6502  oldschool  c64  hardware  programming  hacks  opcodes 
august 2008 by deusx
IDIOT TOYS: Tech news for the bored: Rare early 1980s product display photographs
"Today's product holders have it easy. Computers were 10 times heavier in the 1980s, leading to rampant drug abuse from the Eastern Bloc holders and numerous injuries. Just look at the suspiciously wide jaws on this lot. "
oldschool  retro  gadgets 
july 2008 by deusx
MAKE: Blog: Commodore 64 LAN party
"The setup consists of up to eight Commodore 64s with Ethernet cartridges and a central server written in Java running on a PC. The game is also playable over the Internet."
c64  commodore  nifty  retro  oldschool  newschool  hacks  hardware 
july 2008 by deusx
Welcome to My Nerditorium: New Old Stock In-Box C64C Arrives
"All of the cables were still wrapped in original plastic with aged looking tape. The manuals were all sealed, and the computer itself did not have a spot of dust on it or in it. All connectors and slots appear to be virgin."
c64  commodore  computers  retro  oldschool 
may 2008 by deusx
DONHODGES.COM - PAC MAN'S SPLIT SCREEN LEVEL ANALYZED AND FIXED
"Pac-Man suffers from the well known split screen when level 256 is reached. We will examine how and why this occurs, and create a patch to fix the program’s bug."
arcade  gaming  via:waxy  pacman  retro  oldschool 
april 2008 by deusx
Milliways: Infocom's Unreleased Sequel to Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy - Waxy.org
"From an anonymous source close to the company, I've found myself in possession of the "Infocom Drive" — a complete backup of Infocom's shared network drive from 1989."
infocom  via:waxy  douglasadams  hgttg  ificfion  if  stevemeretzky  gaming  oldschool 
april 2008 by deusx
ASCII by Jason Scott: Twilight of the Area Code Master
"So way back in my teens, I could tell you where an area code was. All of them."
oldschool  areacodes  phones 
april 2008 by deusx
The Final Ethernet - C64 Ethernet Cartridge
"The possibility of connecting the Commodore 64 to an Ethernet local area network has been a collective dream in the Commodore community for decades."
c64  oldschool  retro  hacks  hardware  networking 
april 2008 by deusx
Simons' Basic.
"Simons' Basic offers not only a solution to the problem but almost makes the 64 into an entirely new computer. (Probably the one it should have been in the first place.)"
c64  oldschool  simonsbasic  programming 
april 2008 by deusx
Moebius: The Orb of Celestial Harmony
"In a very desperate situation, you can flee by: (RETURN) Break and Run. But you shall pay for this cowardice by suffering a blot on your Karma. "
gaming  moebius  karma  blot  oldschool 
april 2008 by deusx
Hiive Books: The C64 Book - 1982-199x
"To tell the story of the best-selling home computer of the 1980's, writer and Commodore 64 fan Andrew Fisher looks back at around two hundred of the top games and how the industry has changed."
books  wishlist  c64  oldschool 
january 2008 by deusx
Remembering the Commodore SX-64
"Despite its faults, the SX-64 is a sweet system"
sx64  commodore  retro  oldschool 
january 2008 by deusx
Alt Text: A Geek Yearns for Yesteryear's Noisy Gear
"the sound of two computers locating each other across a vast expanse like primates in the jungle, only one of the primates has 32-color pictures of naked women for the other primate."
retro  oldschool  computers  models 
january 2008 by deusx
David Ahl's BASIC Computer Adventures
"David Ahl's BASIC Computer Adventures is copyright © 1986, and is posted on www.atariarchives.org with the permission of the copyright holder"
atari  basic  programming  retro  oldschool 
january 2008 by deusx
Mail Order Monsters - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Mail Order Monsters was widely regarded as important for its cooperative play aspect and the ability to enhance and customize monsters."
ea  c64  atari  gaming  retro  oldschool 
january 2008 by deusx
AtariArchives.org - archiving vintage computer books, information, and software
"atariarchives.org makes books, information, and software for Atari and other classic computers available on the Web. Everything here is available with permission of the copyright holders."
atari  80s  retro  oldschool  programming  books 
january 2008 by deusx
The Second Book Of Machine Language - Appendix C
""MLX" lets you type in long machine language (ML) listings with almost foolproof results."
c64  atari  assembly  machine  language  commodore  retro  80s  oldschool 
january 2008 by deusx
MLX (software) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"MLX is a series of machine language entry utilities published by COMPUTE! Publications for COMPUTE!, COMPUTE!'s Gazette, and various books."
c64  oldschool  80s  mlx  machinelanguage  assembly  retro  compute  gazette 
january 2008 by deusx
Qlink Reloaded
Someone reverse-engineered the old Quantum Link (pre-AOL) service and got both classic C64 hardware and modern emulators working with it.
c64  commodore64  quantumlink  qlink  aol  emulation  retro  oldschool 
december 2007 by deusx
Commodore 64 still loved after all these years - CNN.com
"For millions of kids who grew up in the 1980s, that first computer was the Commodore 64. Twenty-five years later, that first brush with computer addiction is as strong as ever."
oldschool  c64  commodore64  mountainview  computerhistorymuseum 
december 2007 by deusx
bits bytes pixels & sprites » Archives » M.U.L.E. coasters
"Chances are the M.U.L.E. fan in your life is of drinking age, so what better gift than these coasters?"
mule  etsy  gaming  retro  oldschool  housewares 
november 2007 by deusx
Simons' BASIC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Simons' BASIC was an extension to BASIC 2.0 for the Commodore 64 home computer. Written by 16-year-old British programmer David Simons in 1983, it was distributed by Commodore in cartridge format."
c64  oldschool  programming  simonsbasic 
november 2007 by deusx
Why every programmer should play NetHack - Litany Against Fear
"I have a place in my heart for an obscure text based game called NetHack."
nethack  gaming  oldschool 
october 2007 by deusx
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