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RCM ANNOUNCEMENTS / Re: Sponsor a Carpet Tile ....
« Last post by AndyRCM on January 21, 2020, 01:11:08 PM »
We are actually thinking of a glitch(ed) carpet - pixels corruption as in tiles ... various colours (!)

As long as they are the same thickness and size etc I can see it looking pretty cool.

Andy
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RCM ANNOUNCEMENTS / Re: Sponsor a Carpet Tile ....
« Last post by Rockdemon on January 21, 2020, 12:57:02 PM »
Happy to donate!

Question is can you get retro computer themed carpet tiles?

Rich
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RCM ANNOUNCEMENTS / SPONSORS of our CARPET TILES
« Last post by AndyRCM on January 21, 2020, 09:28:08 AM »
This is a list of the supporters for our Sponsor A Carpet Tile ... can't thank you all enough. :)

Terry Knott
Mike Mee
Eleanor Nuttall
Robert Smith
Sunny Hollis
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RCM ANNOUNCEMENTS / Sponsor a Carpet Tile ....
« Last post by AndyRCM on January 21, 2020, 09:25:06 AM »
Hello again ...

As most of you that have visited will know - our carpets are very worn and have been for some time.
So ... what about this?  Sponsor a Carpet Tile (or Three!) ????

Help us re-carpet our lovely museum with lots of lovely new carpet tiles!

Further information is shown on the forum link where a poster (image) is viewable.

Thank you in advance. :)
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NEW MEMBERS - SIGN IN HERE PLEASE / Re: New member intro
« Last post by AndyRCM on January 18, 2020, 06:58:09 PM »
Awesome mate - welcome to the RCM! See you on the 29th! ;)

Andy
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NEW MEMBERS - SIGN IN HERE PLEASE / New member intro
« Last post by JohnThe SCAMP on January 16, 2020, 08:41:40 AM »
Hi All,

I'm John in Notts. I started my micro-journey with a PMOS SC/MP in the 1970s (Elektor project) with LEDs and switches and 256 bytes of RAM. Then I built an MK14. I got hold of the circuit diagrams for a Nascom 1 (Z80) and built a copy on several boards in a 19 inch rack, all wire-wrapped. For the character generator I used an EPROM, working out the bit patterns on graph paper and programming them in using a Stag PP28. Since then a few "real" Nascom 1s and a Nascom 2 have come my way, waiting for the day when I have time to restore them.

Much more recently I've built a copy of the COSMAC ELF which is a lot of fun. I'm still a SC/MP fan and I've started building a SC/MP-based computer which will have a front panel rather like the Altair 8800, roughly based on the Electronics Australia SCAMP Mini.

I heard about the museum from Andy C and the Nascom group. I'm looking forward to meeting a few new faces on the 29th Feb.

JohnThe SCAMP
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Hello cdoty,

That sounds very interesting. Do you have any plans to release this new game? Also, how are you getting onto the TI99/4a? A flash cart?


Cheers,

Andy.
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NEW MEMBERS - SIGN IN HERE PLEASE / Re: New member but very old BBC Master!
« Last post by andyc on January 02, 2020, 07:43:22 PM »
You are undoubtedly here. Welcome aboard.


Cheers,

Andy.
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NEW MEMBERS - SIGN IN HERE PLEASE / New member but very old BBC Master!
« Last post by Diane Davies on December 20, 2019, 10:55:51 PM »
Hi
Just checking that I have in fact arrived! new membership already burning  a hole in my pocket!

diane
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FOR SALE / WANTED / Re: M5 Multi II - New version of Sord M5 multicart
« Last post by cdoty on December 18, 2019, 11:58:12 PM »
I have the start of a TMS-9918 based game, that runs on 11 systems, and I've tested on 8 of the 9 actual systems I have.
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