[CentOS] Re: Curmudgeoning (was Re: Problems with writing Dual Layer DVD)

Wed Sep 3 07:37:15 UTC 2008
John R Pierce <pierce at hogranch.com>

Ric Moore wrote:
> On Tue, 2008-09-02 at 09:32 -0700, John R Pierce wrote:
>> lets play "Name that old computer!"
>> http://hogranch.com/digital.research/My_office_upstairs_at_734_Lighthouse.jpg
>> (my office circa 1979)
> I spy with my little eye a televideo 803 terminal, and what looks like a
> hazeltine terminal, but the one at the chair with the square front I
> don't recognize. The blue one, an IMSAI 8080? Under it DEC? To the far
> left a televideo 1603? How many points do I get? :) Ric

the far right bottom beige unit is a Cromemco System Three beast, and 
the blue box above it is an Intel MDS800

the "terminal" on top of the Vector MZ in the middle background was just 
a crt+keyboard, attached to said Vector MZ's internal video card

I'm pretty sure the big square terminal in the middle foreground behind 
the phone is a Soroc (anagram for Coors)

The terminal on the table to the left was a Televideo, I dont remember 
the number, and the computer next to it is a early sample of a Tarbell 
S100 system.

All of these ran CP/M-80, as I was working at Digital Research on CP/M 
innards.   Most of them had the max 64kbyte memory their 2 or 4Mhz 8 bit 
CPUs could address, and 2 or 4 diskette drives that held anywhere from 
256K to 1MB each.