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I am no longer active in this hobby for the foreseeable future. 
I will no longer maintain or update the website, but I will leave it accessible to the web for as long as possible (years).

 

 

Links Found Throughout my Website--All in one Place!

www.hp.com/hpinfo/abouthp/histnfacts/museum/personalsystems/0022/index.html -- The 'HP-01 wrist instrument' page at Hewlett-Packard
www.hpmuseum.org/hp01.htm
-- The HP-01 at The Museum of HP Calculators
www.gmu.edu/departments/economics/wew/
-- Walter E. Williams at The Department of Economics, George Mason University
www.mormon.org/
-- Information about the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAC-11
-- My wife's favorite gun
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PDP-8
-- The PDP-8 at Wikipedia
www.minneapolisfed.org/Research/data/us/calc/
-- Nice little inflation calculator at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis
www.intel4004.com/
-- Creator of the worlds first microprocessor, Federico Faggin information
www.forrestmims.org/biography.html Forrest Mims bio, and story of MITS and the Altair 8800
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harvard_architecture
-- Information on the Harvard architecture used in the first microprocessor, the 4004
www.smspower.org/smsreader/prepare.html
-- An example of Veroboard, Jon Titus used to make the Mark-8 prototype
www.hawkeyeengraving.com/
-- Hawkeye Engraving and Plastics on the web, maker of my plastic cabinets & stuff
www.brielcomputers.com/replica1.html
-- The replica , a functional clone of the apple 1 made by Vince Briel
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Richard_Garriott
-- Information on Richard Garriott at Wikipedia, buyer of the Apple-1 clone seen on my website
www.computerhistory.org/
-- The Computer History Museum
www.vintagetech.com/
-- Home of VintageTech.com, who bring us the Vintage Computer Festival in Mountain View, California
www.kenbak-1.net/index.htm
-- John Blankenbaker's website, designer of the Kenbak-1
www.vintage-computer.com/kenbak-1.shtml
-- Erik Klein's Kenbak-1 site
www.computermuseum.20m.com/frame.htm
-- Hoarder of all things Kenbak :)
www.kenbakkit.com/
-- Grant Stockly's most excellent Kenbak site
www.compusaur.com/kenbakreconstruction.htm
-- Thomas E. Jones has a Kenbak recreation site
www.bitsavers.org/pdf/learSiegler/
-- Lear Siegler information at Bitsavers
www.rtty.com/greenkeys.htm
-- Greenkeys website, for all things TTY
www.pdp8.net/pdp8cgi/query_docs/query.pl?Search=teletype&stype=Partial+Wo
-- Great site for Teletype information (usually slow, possibly on a home server)
www.kekatos.com/teletype/
-- History of the Teletype, most excellent site.
www.thedigitalgroup.org/
-- Tom Apels awesome site, dedicated to dg
www.phi-tech.com/link3/phideck.html -- Wow! They still make the Phi-Deck!
www.ultimatecharger.com/dg.html
-- The good doctor, Dr. Robert Suding tells his story of The Digital Group.
www.kgelectronics.netfirms.com/parts.html
-- Do you own an IFR? Get it serviced or buy parts here!
www.jagpanzer.com/html/band/rikard.htm
-- Family friend, Rikard Stjernquist is the drummer for Jag Panzer. If you like metal, you're going to love these guys.
www.pcworld.com/article/id,136242-page,13-c,desktoppcs/article.html
-- My Mark-8 Minicomputer is world famous!! See the PC World article!
www.archive.org/
-- Ever want to see what a web site looked like years ago? Well, now we have a web time machine.
mysite.verizon.net/genoahous/Mark8/
-- Craig Miller's Mark-8 site
www.bdb.com/mark8/
-- Cliff Bedore's Mark-8 web site
www.practicalautomation.com/
-- Original DG printer maker is still going strong!
www.digibarn.com/
-- Bruce Damer's Digibarn, great guy, great website, great barn!

Here are a few other links I found interesting:

Pop quiz, hotshot! The first PC? http://www.blinkenlights.com/pc.shtml

Steve Ciarcia's Circuit Cellar, http://www.circuitcellar.com/ Steve is an early digital group system owner, and has a Scelbi computer in that cellar somewhere.

Eric Smith has a Digital Group page: www.brouhaha.com/~eric/retrocomputing/ the_digital_group/

Jim Forbes Digital Group page: http://www.selectric.org/thedigitalgroup/index.html

 


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