New retro computing site: neoncluster.com

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New retro computing site: neoncluster.com

Postby nama on Thu Dec 27, 2012 6:04 pm

Hi everyone,
I wanted to let you all know that my new retro computing site, neoncluster.com, has finally gone live. It's still a bit of a work in progress, and you may come across some bad grammar, spelling mistakes, and the new look and feel still needs to be applied to some blog sections, but all in all I'm very happy with it.

www.neoncluster.com

For those interested in articles and repair logs, please have a look at the projects page where you can find write-ups on a lot of my fixes. This section will be constantly updated as new articles are written. If you just want to read my personal take on the computers in my collection, you can access this by clicking on the images on the front page.

Enjoy, and if you have any comments, please don't hesitate in contacting me.

Philip
Retro computing at: http://www.neoncluster.com
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Re: New retro computing site: neoncluster.com

Postby tezza on Thu Dec 27, 2012 10:47 pm

Good site Philip, attractive and well laid out.

I was astonished when I saw you had an Apple 1!! The next thought was "how come you haven't sold it for $640,000 and retired!??" :shock:

Then I noticed it was a replica. :) Never mind...still cool to have!
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Re: New retro computing site: neoncluster.com

Postby nama on Fri Dec 28, 2012 12:18 am

I wish I had an Apple 1...I could sell it and buy a house full of computers.

Us Apple 1 clone owners prefer not to call them 'replicas', as an Apple 1 replica usually denotes a modern day copy of the Apple 1 using modern chips and PLAs etc. such as Vince Briels remake. We're very sensitive about this ;-)
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