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Slashdot Items Tagged "c64"

Date / TimeStory
Wednesday May 29, 2013 @03:07PM How Did You Learn How To Program?
Monday September 10, 2012 @03:45AM Ask Slashdot: Best Computer For a 7-Year Old?
Sunday January 22, 2012 @07:43PM Commodore OS Vision Beta Available For Free
Thursday January 05, 2012 @09:11AM Looking Back At the Commodore 64
Friday December 02, 2011 @08:18AM World of Commodore 2011 December 3rd In Toronto
Thursday December 01, 2011 @05:27PM World of Commodore 2011 December 3rd in Toronto
Friday May 27, 2011 @08:08AM Load a C64 Into Your Browser...
Friday November 27, 2009 @05:30PM Oldest Commodore Users Group Turns 30
Monday November 02, 2009 @06:22PM World of Commodore 2009
Monday October 12, 2009 @05:11PM Eee Keyboard Details Released
Monday September 07, 2009 @03:44PM C64 Emulator Finally Approved For iPhone
Wednesday July 15, 2009 @04:18PM Embedded Linux Achieves One-Second Boot Time
Wednesday June 24, 2009 @04:48AM The Commodore 64 vs. the iPhone 3G S
Friday January 09, 2009 @03:15AM Asus Reveals the Eee Keyboard
Wednesday December 10, 2008 @09:41PM Best Introduction To Programming For Bright 11-14-Year-Olds?
Tuesday November 25, 2008 @03:40AM Australia's Largest Private Computer Collection In Pictures
Tuesday September 30, 2008 @06:33AM PC Historian Finds Puzzling Game Diskette Image
Sunday July 06, 2008 @07:15PM First Commodore 64 LAN Party
Wednesday January 16, 2008 @03:07AM What Was Your First Gaming Experience?
Monday December 17, 2007 @03:03AM Computer History Museum's YouTube Channel
Wednesday April 11, 2007 @03:01AM javascript ASM goodness
Saturday March 17, 2007 @04:39PM What Would Be Your Dream Machine?
Friday January 26, 2007 @11:49AM Commodore 64 games to come to cell phones
Sunday January 14, 2007 @07:38AM Did Producer Timbaland Steal From the Demoscene?
Wednesday November 15, 2006 @05:34PM The Rise and Fall of Commodore
Wednesday October 04, 2006 @05:43AM Commodore 64 Titles Join Wii's Virtual Console
Wednesday September 06, 2006 @10:51AM Commodore 64 Confuses Austrian Police

If a 6600 used paper tape instead of core memory, it would use up tape at about 30 miles/second. -- Grishman, Assembly Language Programming

 



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