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|Member Since||Sep 07, 2006|
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|About myself:||I started computing back in late 1970s with an Apple II clone and watched the evolution of technology to the present day.|
I enjoy both older and modern computer games. I mostly collect the latter as they have more appeal to me.
My all-time favourite book about computing history: "Fire In The Valley" and the brilliant: "Pirates Of Silicon Valley" movie.
In my spare time I like reading fiction or non-fiction eg. Raymond E. Fiest's "Riftwar series", Janny Wurts "Sorcerer's Legacy" her best, Tom Clancy, Colin Dexter's "Inspector Morse series" and others. I enjoy listening to variety of different music from 1970s to today's.
All Time Favorite
- Castle Wolfenstein
- Beyond Castle Wolfenstein
- California Games
- SimCity & Populous
- Centurion: Defender of Rome
- Apple II -- IIe & IIc with Mouse, 3.5" & 5.25 FDD
- Apple IIgs -- 4Mb RAM, HDD, 3.5" & 5.25 FDD
- Apple Power Mac -- Plus & PowerBook w/Joystick & CD-ROM
- Commodore 64 -- with Mouse, 2FDD & FastLoad Cart
- Commodore Amiga -- 500 & 1200HD 5Mb & Genlock
- Commodore Amiga CD32
- Acorn Archimedes -- 3000 & 7000 32Mb RAM & CD-ROM
Used to Have
- Atari 8-bit
- Sony PlayStation