[IAEP] The Guardian: PlayPower: 1980s computing for the 21st century
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Sat Nov 7 11:28:37 EST 2009
Anyone know these guys? I wonder how feasible it would be down the road to
share content. The games they are porting seem like they would also be good
On Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 4:33 PM, Sean DALY <sdaly.be at gmail.com> wrote:
> I taught myself BASIC and then 6502 assembly language on a Commodore
> VIC-20 with COMPUTE! magazine back in the day.
> But what I really liked was the incredibly friendly little manual,
> such as this priceless advice for the BASIC prompt: "hit Enter a
> couple of times to clear it out." Any engineer would have insisted
> (correctly) that this was unnecessary... but that anonymous manual
> writer was a psychologist; s/he knew that a computing novice nervous
> about "harming" the machine could quickly gain confidence with that
> little tic.
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