Monthly Archives: October 2004

Time Bandit

One of the more exciting machines I’ve owned was the Atari 520ST. I moved from an Apple IIe to this new 16-bit graphics machine in late 1986. The ST was fast, with its 8MHz Motorola 68000 CPU, and provided impressive … Continue reading

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Long Live The Newton

The Apple Newton , introduced in 1993, was one of the worlds first PDA’s and is the device that coined the term “PDA,” or, Personal Digital Assistant. And the Newton truly was an assistant. The way in which all data … Continue reading

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Retro Gamer Magazine

My wife and I recently carried out one of our standard Friday evening out scenarios: dinner at Big Bowl in Clarendon, VA (right across from the Apple Store) followed by a visit to the adjoining Barnes & Noble bookstore. This … Continue reading

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