|Bob Armstrong's Spare Time Gizmos Site.
||Would you like to
have a small
computer with a
real front panel, but don't really want to tackle
building it from scratch? How about a kit? Bob
has created the SBC6120, a
based replica of the DEC PDP8/E; I have really enjoyed assembling
hacking on mine!
|Loren Blaney's D16/M
Loren wrote a
emulator for the D16/M, and then used it to develop some applications--a keyboard monitor and a tough chess-playing program--even before I managed to get the hardware completed! Loren has placed all of his work on this site.
|Loren Blaney's XPL0 Site.||Here is the full
story on the
XPL0 programming language, which Loren has recently ported to the D16/M.
|Bill Buzbee's Homebrew CPU Home Page.||Bill has designed
and built the Magic-1, an
8-bit computer comparable in scale to the D16/M,
but with superior high-level language support.
Bill has also ported the C programming language to the D16/M!
Goldwasser's Laser FAQ is
not really a
FAQ! It's more a vast encyclopedia of laser information and lore.
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