The most popular computer ever sold to-date, the Commodore C-64, sold 27 Million units total back in the 1980’s. Little is left to show of those times, the 8-bit “retro” years when a young long-haired self-taught engineer could, through sheer chance and a fair amount of determination, sit down and design a computer from scratch […]
I’m not getting any younger, in fact I’m getting older by the day. This fact along with the fact that this year is the 30th anniversary of the Commodore C-128 and the original Commodore Amiga prompted me to attend this year’s CommVEx in Las Vegas lest I not be around for the next significant anniversary. […]
Jeri Ellsworth and I did a three-way skype for the annual Commodore Users Group in Las Vegas a year or two ago with Chuck Peddle, father of the venerable 6502 microprocessor that CBM and Apple based their products on. Here is an excerpt where I ask Chuck his intentions towards humanity.