I came across some interesting links the other day
- www.bugbookcomputermuseum.com (David Larsen of BugBook fame - lists all the BugBooks)
- www.microcomputerhistorymuseum.com - The Story of the BugBooks and the Mark 8
Simpson 7026 Operators Manual and Warranty Card to
Music - www.electronsounds.com has been setup to host some of my music
I've posted several scans of Textbooks
I've posted scans of old Databooks - DTL/RTL/TTL logic families included
I've posted scans of some manuals for lab gear including some Tektronix scopes
The tube book collection is growing - see TubeBooks for more info
The Datasheets archive grows and grows
Iím considering forming an Electronics Club in the Seattle, Wa. USA area Ė Interested? Email me!
Tektronix scopes - I bought copies of the users manuals and am sharing them at
A Simpson 7026 Freq. Counter - I really like this little counter
Yet more period books
More NIXIE instruments
Someday I need to get this all organized and posted to the site.
Don't scrap that old computer, don't throw away that old voltmeter. It might be worthy of rescue and might even be worth money. Click here to find out more.
The BUGBOOK series
Other period books
CDC6600 - An interesting read on the design and creation of the CDC6600 - J.E.Thornton - 1970 - Forward by Seymour Cray
The Home Reckoner - A scenario on the
home use of computers, CLAUDE A. R. KAGAN and LAWRENCE G. SCHEAR
From the National Computer Conference in 1973 - Very interesting and fun read!
HP 5011T Troubleshooting Kit (10526T, 10525T, 10528A, 10529A)
HP AC-4A thru HP-4L Decade Counter Modules
HP 5512A Decade Counter
Keithley 8300A DVM
E&L Instruments (MMD-1, EID-1, AID-1, MMD/PP, MMD-1/MI, MMD-2, OA-1, OA-2, DD-1, CD-1, Elite 2, Bugworks, Price List)
TENOR EPROM Programmer for 1702As
Olivetti Portable XT Clone (Corona Data Systems)
Radio Shack Model III and Model IV
VS100 (Voice Synthesizer)
BIG-5 Joystick Interface (my version of their interface)
SVD - The SemiVirtual Disk
Holmes Engineering VID-80
Commodore VIC-20 and VIC-64
Download the Users Manual (44,046,353 100A_Manual.zip)
Download the Users Manual (13,607,837 JDR2000_Manual.zip)
EICO 994 - VTVM
NIXIE Clock Kit from Frank Techniek
This is an awesome clock kit. The engineering is top notch, it uses surface mount components and is clean and compact when assembled.
NIXIE Clock Development Kit from TubeHobby
LED Digital Clock (from the mid 70's, GPS satellite synced)
LED Clock - uses a 1980 Computer LED display and a PIC16F877
ZM1010 NIXIE Clock - Under Construction
NIXIE Wrist Watch from Cathode Corner (The Woz has two of these!)
Scope Clock Kit from Frank Techniek
Elgin Pocket Watche
VoIP in 1978?!? (ZIP File 56,521,536 VoIP_1978.ZIP - UnZIPs to 58,296,272 Internet.Phones.1978.mpg)
Cool video from 1978. Blinkenlights on a PDP11, cool 1978 fashions, haircuts I wish I still had the hair for and a soundtrack that makes me want to boogie till the bits come home.
DataSheets - A growing collection of data sheets you might find useful, many of these are long out of print!
This was my first cabinet, it was designed and built from scratch in 2001. It's currently in my shop as it has been gutted for yet another conversion.
This is a conversion cabinet, it had Zaxxon installed at the time I bought it. This cabinet lived in my office at Microsoft until the computer failed. It's in my shop at the moment awaiting repair.
Another conversion cabinet, again a rescued cabinet which had been gutted. This cabinet lives in my home office.
I helped Alan with the work on this conversion cabinet. It lives in Alan's office at Microsoft.
Another cabinet I helped Alan with, this one lives in Alan's entertainment room.
WIZ-C from Forest Development
PIC Programmer from Forest Development
Microsoft Visual Studio.NET
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