Building the Commodore that should have existed, an interview with Stefany Allaire

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Building the Commodore that should have existed, an interview with Stefany Allaire

Post by exxos » Thu Jun 07, 2018 8:08 pm

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Re: Building the Commodore that should have existed, an interview with Stefany Allaire

Post by Atarian Computing » Thu Jun 07, 2018 8:15 pm

Quickly glanced through it. Pretty cool. Even Bil Herd commented on it, holy crap.

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Re: Building the Commodore that should have existed, an interview with Stefany Allaire

Post by mrbombermillzy » Thu Jun 07, 2018 8:35 pm

Perhaps the next Jeri Ellseworth? :D

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Re: Building the Commodore that should have existed, an interview with Stefany Allaire

Post by Petari » Fri Jun 08, 2018 7:21 am

I had some struggle there with posting comment. There is some simple math captcha + object name input. Later is really dumb - you see glass of beer - what to type in - just beer or more. I even don't know how those larger 'glasses' for beer are called in US, for instance. Anyway, after 4th attempt - and luckily I saved my input, because page lose it, when press back - it did not complain, and just jumped to page top. No word about was submission successful, 'will be on after revision' ... So, I don't know is my input accepted at all. I will mail her for sure, because did not see anything about what storage plans to use.
Btw. I don't think that C256 would see light of day in 80-es. Despite huge success of C64. Time of 8-bit micros was over. Of course, such thing may have now some success - selling some 1000-10000 could count for, I guess.
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