A personal 32k Bootstraping

November 11, 2010 on 2:22 am | In Tech Theology | No Comments

Hi,

A few weeks ago I got feed up with my netbook while I was in class.   It did not crash, or lock up, or loose a paper, it was just too much for what I needed.  Having everything there has encouraged a bit of laziness in my work so I went home and dug out my Tandy WP-2 word processor and started to use it in class, I got out my null modem adapters and was able to use less to do the same work.    After that I knew what I needed to do: Get a Tandy Model 102.  So I did now I am having to relearning computing skill I had 20 years ago.  This is that journey.

Here it is the Tandy Model 102 Laptop.

Little more than a BASIC Interpret, Text Editor, and a Telecom Program, 32k of ram, not much running at 2.4mhz.

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