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Zolatron 64 6502 homebrew computer & Ben Eater’s project – changes to the ROM

In my previous post, I mentioned how, while I’m following along with Ben Eater’s 6502-based homebrew computer project, I’m also making some revisions of my own. One of these is to use my own address decoding scheme. So far, things are working okay, but that post included a note about how I’m going to have to make some changes to… Read more »

Making ROMs for the BBC Micro

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Here’s something I’ve only just learned about the BBC Micro: you can burn ROM chips using modern EEPROMs. Who knew?* One of the strengths of the BBC Micro was the way it handled ‘language’ ROMs. The quotes are there because while many of these ROMs were, indeed, programming languages, others were applications such as word processors, spreadsheets, utilities and so… Read more »