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Calling all geeks (and/or older generations who might have used some of this stuff)

Enjoy! link

I have nothing better to add to this, so I'll just let it speak for itself. Have fun laughing at old technology.

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Hahahaha! Thanks for the link. I've actually used half that stuff (Betamax? Check. PC w/ Pentium II? That was an upgrade from my 386DX40.). I was cleaning up my office late last week and nearly threw out my Palm Pilot Professional (w/ 2MB Upgrade!), decided to display it on a shelf in its Novatel CPDP modem instead. Now our IT guys are arguing over who gets it . . .
I find it amusing your post title suggests geeks and older generations are mutually exclusive. I imagine Steve Wozniak, Bill Joy, William Stallings, Steve Jobs, Linus Torvalds...old guys like these couldnt *possibly* be geeks, no way.
Thanks for making a 30 year old guy feel ancient!
Happy now chixie? I've changed it to "and/or". :)

chixieonfixie said:
I find it amusing your post title suggests geeks and older generations are mutually exclusive. I imagine Steve Wozniak, Bill Joy, William Stallings, Steve Jobs, Linus Torvalds...old guys like these couldnt *possibly* be geeks, no way.
Don't blame me for the speed of the industry. *grins*

Daniel Villarreal said:
Thanks for making a 30 year old guy feel ancient!
m-azing, the top 24 plotters! I will never betray my trusty okidata 320.
This makes me want to bust out my Tandy Computer, Now what to play first Oregon Trail or Leisure Suit Larry

Zork anyone?
Oregon Trail! I remember playing that on Apple IIe's having to load it from 5.25" floppies.

Matt AKA Jimbo/BMXican said:
This makes me want to bust out my Tandy Computer, Now what to play first Oregon Trail or Leisure Suit Larry

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