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On 07/21/2015 07:15 AM, Gary Collins wrote:
My first home computer was a BBC micro (anyone remember those?) That was back in the days when 
programming had to be really tight, only had 32Kb (yes, Kb) of RAM; long term storage was all 
external on cassette tapes

My first computer was an IMSAI 8080, which I built up from bare boards
and a bag of parts.  I also had to buy a memory card and some I/O for
it.  I initially loaded in software via switches on the front panel and
then saved to cassette.  Back in those days, you knew your computer
inside out.

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