This is a modernish processor running basic. Yes BASIC. I’m blown away by how fast it is. I can’t wait to dive into some projects with this. Let’s draw random circles, randomly sized, with random colors. If you’re not familiar, a Commodore 64 could draw EACH ONE of these circles in BASIC in about 10Continue reading “My color Maximite 2 came today. It’s insanely fast.”
Category Archives: on the move
Commodore 64 on a flat LCD will never stop feeling slightly wrong
I’ve never used SUSE in all of my years of being a Linux guy. Time to give it a whirl
Hello Pennsylvania. I don’t know how well it comes across on video, but you could have easily been fooled into thinking this cloud layer was the frozen ground in the Arctic. TV and Internet would have you believe the sky was falling. Well I was there. It’s not.
Some people doodle. Some people play solitaire. I wire stuff together.
Test fit of the tail. This whole section will probably be permanent by tomorrow. One step at a time.
Once again, popsicle sticks to help with laser alignment to the rescue. Thank you kindergarten teachers for the popsicle stick skills.
My co pilot is prettier than yours.
Probably shouldn’t eyeball the tail alignment huh? Let’s use a “laser”!
Even better than DOS WordPerfect on a MacBook is Word Writer 5 on my real Commodore 64.
It doesn’t even have memory to render the Facebook logo. So peaceful.