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Saturday 23rd July 2005
Andrew Wright (Australie)
The Little Droid

There are two of these on display at the Melbourne Museum, hooked up to a 'bee, that Andrew and I saw a while back.


Saturday 30th October 2004
Andrew (Australia)

Ah, yes, the Microbee C-I-A-B. my dad and his brother Grahame were the founders of what turned into the microbee user's group. good times, says dad. back when most computers had memory measured in kilobytes instead of gigabytes. i still have some older computers my dad owned, like a Toshiba T-1100 Plus......

andrew





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