Wow, Solitaire...by (Login qb432l)
...and an Apple II autographed by Steve Wozniak to boot! I never knew.
I read up a bit on Jack Tramiel and discovered that he had left Commodore before the 128 was produced -- went on to build Atari's. I almost bought an Atari once since they had multitrack music recording capability. On the old C128, one of the things I liked about it was you could record three different music tracks with different instrument sounds and play them back simultaneously. You could also create sound effects and there was even a sprite editor -- perfect for a fledgling game programmer like myself.
Huge power supply and a separate 5-1/4" disk drive. I remember being amazed that I had a dozen or so programs written and they all fit on one disk. What capacity!
Anyway, don't sell as Chronokitsune suggests! Those things are really priceless, especially since you still have software you wrote on them (lol@1/4K memory).
|Response Title||Author and Date|
|Images of the autographed AppleIIGS - Photobucket won't work||Solitaire on Apr 15|
|Re: Images of the autographed AppleIIGS - Photobucket won't work||on Apr 15|
|Re: Images of the autographed AppleIIGS - Photobucket won't work||on Apr 16|
|I copied the url||Solitaire on Apr 16|
|* (URLs)||on Apr 16|
|Great stuff! Here are the images (Thanks, Michael)...||on Apr 16|
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