Jason writes –
Relive the glory (gory?) days of early computing with these two great sites for vintage computer kits. Briel Computers has kits for the Apple I (Replica I) and the Kim-1 (Micro Kim). And, Spare Time Gizmos has a has a kit for the Cosmac ELF (ELF 2k). These kits are great ways to learn the basics of computer architecture and data organization.
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So, we have gone from KIM to Arduino in thirty years.
I continue to be amazed that everything is on the internet somewhere. Just on a whim, I followed the link from Briel Computers to 6502.org and found their archive of Micro magazine. Ihey have a pdf of the June 1981 issue that has my article on making a memory expansion board for the Ohio Scientific Superboard, another 6502 based computer. I still think the 6502 was the neatest CPU of any I have owned. Glory days, indeed.
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