Purchased a Commodore 64 and the tape drive at Sears. Learned some about Basic programing but never enough to encourage me to learn other programing languages. Overall experience was great, Eventually I sent for a interface device that would connect the Commodore 64 to my ham radio and decode Radio Teletype over the air called ACT?. I thought for that time the program that came with the interface the graphics were excellent. I believe the RTTY program had a 'cross-hair' tuning indicator, much like a oscilloscope used on RTTY Terminal Units that used vacuum tubes: http://www.qsl.net/n4xy/Images/Electronics/Ham_Radio/RTTY/rtty_electrocom-402_fsk_tu.jpg
I believe the Radio Teletype interface device for the Commodore 64 was a Microlog AIR-1: http://img6.imageshack.us/img6/3343/photo11t.jpg Image courtesy of antiquekid3 posted on The Vintage Computer Forums December 8th, 2009, 05:47 PM
Cause I just envisioned someone wearing this jacket in a seedy "adult" theater.
Seedy "adult" theaters are disappearing, blame the internet!
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