The Donsta Blog: July 2009
Here are some sites that I visit whenever I feel like reading about old vintage computers. Not that I have much time to devote to the subject, but I just love reading about how computers were back "in the day". NOTE: 1000 is the binary number 8. In other words, if I have 1000 in base 2 numbers, it equals 8. Pretty clever huh? So it's really 8bit.com. Many of the computers on this site are also later 16-bit models, but hey, who's counting? Good stuff. Oh, and follow your dreams. Wednesday, July 22, 2009.
VK6FJA electronics and radio - a web blog by James McBride
After many years - yes, finally the new QSL card has been done. but from VK6FJA - QSL's are VERY rare indeed! My introduction to electronics was an interesting one. The earliest I can remember was at the age of 5 getting a 'little ladybird' book called 'simple electronics'.(Okay so I stuck a sticker on the front back in 1984! There is some history on these too. they were published between 1940 and 1979 and this book was part of series 634! Recently, my Uncle brought the radio to Australia with him and I ...