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I could contribute with some interesting stories about how I have been developing software for MSX computers during the last 25 years, how I presented a TCP/IP stack written in Z80 assembler as my final thesis in the university, how I wrote a Z80 simulator in C# just for fun (and then a MSX emulator as a proof of concept), and how all of this helped me to ...


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Good work getting this setup wizzwizz4. I'll get working on a post about my new (old) PC that's taken up so much of my time recently! Do we have any pixel artists in our SE community who could start working on a retro logo for the blog? Be cool to get a nice custom theme.


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I'd be willing to contribute some. My retro experience is mostly with the Tandy / Radio Shack line of computers, Apple IIe's, and Atari 2600 gaming consoles. I do have some experience writing articles/posts (mostly about Cassandra and the NoSQL world), but I'd be happy to help out.


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If you're still looking for people to contribute, I could write some blog posts. I couldn't think of anything to write about at first. As someone too young to have firsthand experience, I don't feel like I'm really an expert in anything "Retrocomputing". I hope I'm not making anyone feel old. :) But after some point in time, there will be nobody left that ...


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I could post about old Apple machines such as the Apple Lisa and the II.


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I'm happy to do a few posts! Probably mostly on the Atari front though I've picked up some older Macs and a Pentium PC recently.


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