Nerd, vintage audio gear connoisseur, computer enthusiast, time-nut, music lover, vintage games gamer, tinkerer and maker.
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Kevin Santo Cappuccio
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Thank you for liking my #PERSEUS-9 homemade mobile 6502 computer ! This new computer is working fine today.
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Thank you for liking my #Prehistory of my homemade PERSEUS computers , #PERSEUS-3 6802 homebrew computer and following me!. I thought I would summarize my projects from my younger days and read to you all the connections to the present.
Thank you for linking my #ABN6502 SBC R1 !
Thank you for liking and following my #Nixie Clock by TTL/CMOS ! Now, my Nixie tubes of the clock have been in continuous operation for exactly four years.
Thank you for liking and following my Sol-20 Reproduction project.
Thank you for liking and following my project #6802 Serial Terminal . I am using this terminal to run my own floating point interpreter. It beats the PC terminal only in the fact that it boots within a second of powering on.
Thank you for your interest in my 2:3 Scale VT100 Terminal Reproduction project.
Hi @Teti - Thank you for following Hackaday's #Featured Projects list.
Thanks for following my CP/M project. It is extra-special when you have projects of your own.If you are interested in getting a left over board (after I have tested it) let me know (better than binning them).
Hi Al, I'm definitely interested in PCB when you done. I'm located in the UK.
No Problem. When I am sure it works I will send one out. Alan
Thanks mate, definitely let me know please, I've been thinking of Grant Searle's CPM machine for a while, and would love to try one of yours. Your PCB's look absolutely stunning.
I have a workings board (finally). PM me with your address and I will post it out. I will also send a coded flash ROM.
Thank you for liking and following my #PERSEUS-8 homemade 6502 computer ! Today, I attached a handwritten but PDF version of the schematic.
I found your project fascinating, it basically bring me to construct my own Z80 homebrew computer. Please check out my projects.
I'm glad to hear that my project has inspired you to produce one. Around 1980, many of the early PCs in Japan used the Z80.
Thanks for liking and following my project Kronoino : An AVR powered Digital Wrist Watch
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