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Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by madcat, Mar 13, 2016.

  1. madcat

    madcat Occasional commenter

    May provide some amusement for your charges

  2. stupot101

    stupot101 Established commenter

    I don't remember seeing this unfortunately. I had a Dragon32 computer. Oh the hours of fun:)
  3. madcat

    madcat Occasional commenter

    I think this may have been only broadcast in the Thames TV area.
    If you really can't live without more 80s machines (and graphics and hairdos and clothes) then Youtube has lots of episodes of "The Computer Programme "; "4 Computer buffs" ; "Making the Most of the Micro" etc.
  4. phlogiston

    phlogiston Star commenter

    Ownership of that stuff was a pipedream for me in those days!
  5. wanet

    wanet Star commenter

    From a very long time ago, i can remember using Telecom Gold - on a good day you could read the message despite the odd error, on a bad day the number of errors made it unreadable.
  6. madcat

    madcat Occasional commenter

    Yes, in 1982 I bought a BBC model B At £350, it was more than a months pay,

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