Rob!!! DUDE, you've got a crapload of sweet pics out here and I've missed them all this time. I'm gonna have to come back.
It looks like someone else has a bunch of cool "Old Tech" pictures I have to get hold of too. They show up in the global "photos" slideshow but selecting them gets a message that you have to be his friend.
I'll have to work that out because they look ALMOST as awesome as your shots. Thank you thank you thank you for sharing them with us!
Thank you for your compliments. I'd really like to do one those Apple One replica that was on the net. At the moment I dont have any way to program an Atmega chip for the video and keyboard function. Unless I am going to do the original version of Apple 1, it looks like buying a kit is the easiest way to go. It's hard and expensive to make a one-off double sided plate-thru PCB here too. The PCB alone is about half the price of the kits from US.
Last I heard ticket sales did extremely well. However, there were at least a hand full of tickets remaining when the online sales closed. My suggestion would be get there as early as possible. Hope to see you there!
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