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CP/M on the Beeb

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Well, not exactly on the Beeb – more like via the Beeb. Ever since I built my copy of Grant Searle’s Multicomp I’ve had a hankering to hook it up to my BBC Master. There’s really no good reason to do this. The Zolastar 2000 (as I inexplicably called it) has perfectly good keyboard and VGA interfaces. And yet… Maybe it’s because… Read more »

Out on the trailing edge…

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I was raised in an eight-bit era. My first computer was a Sinclair Spectrum, but I hated the dead-flesh keys and the clumsy method of editing Basic programs. So I upgraded quickly to a BBC Micro (first B, then Master). But while I cut my teeth on Z80- and 6502-based micros, there’s lots I missed out on – stuff I… Read more »