Monthly Archives: August 2016

“Please stop the tape”

I’m seriously going to take a break from computers for a while. It’s a bit too much when you’re stuck in front of a monitor due to your job and as part of your hobby. Drive safe people!

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Three more DC2N5-LC DIY kits sold

Not surprising as these seem to be quite simple to put together if you’re not too worried about an enclosure. However, SMD soldering experience would be advantageous if you’re thinking of buying a DC2N5-LC DIY kit 🙂

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Two more Tiny C2N Monitor DIY kits sold

Only two left…

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SPUTM-like interpreter update

After finishing version 4 of the walking frames for Guybrush, I thought to lay down the list of things I want to do, in the order I plan to do them: a point-to-point demo in which Guybrush walks from his current position … Continue reading

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C2NEmu PCBs received and first prototype assembled

As I received the PCBs of my C2NEmu project, I assembled one. Here’s the result: Just to recap: this device connects to a Commodore 64/VIC 20 tape port and to a PC through a USB cable. It offers 2 modes … Continue reading

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One more DC2N3 sold

So only 4 of them are available. If interested in a DC2N3, order one before they’re gone 🙂

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TAPClean and TAPClean Front End update

I finally found some time to build Linux packages too, so here they are available along with updated Windows ones. Updated packages provide TAPClean 0.33-pre7 (change log here) and TAPClean Front End 0.35. A few fresh screenshots from Linux: Linux users: … Continue reading

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