I had a gig doing Clipper programming back in the day for a company that was a middle man for nuts, bolts and screws. Not sure if it was DBase II before they moved to Pervasive on the Novell server or not.
First come, first served. Should be the rule of the day. - so saith ax25. 4, but who is counting.
I was 'ajc' *everywhere* from the early 1980's until 2001, when I took a job with some directory nazis who insisted on first initial last name convention.
No, I want to be the Atlanta Journal Constitution:
Although I think the American Jewish Congress is a customer in one of our data centers. When I walk past the rack that says "AJC" I wonder why I don't see any of my stuff in there.
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This is pretty cool. A bunch of fairly well known retro computing enthusiasts (including The 8-Bit Guy) got hold of an empty Apple ][ case, and each took turns improving on the idea of turning it into a working Raspberry Pi based machine.
[ https://wn.nr/C2nHSr ]
Even better, they're now going to give it away to a randomly selected viewer.
Follow the link above to enter (or to just watch the videos).
I had thought of doing that exact project, but I didn't want to pay the increasingly significant amount of money required to get even a broken Apple ][. Glad to see someone else did it.
Ah, nostalgia strikes again.
I've got an Apple II.. and no you cannot have it. I bet Ragnar has one
or two hanging around too.
If I was going to raid Ragnar's collection (which would be dangerous considering he's more heavily armed than a third world country) I wouldn't be interested in anything Apple ... I'd go for the PET, which would be gutted and turned into a Raspberry PET, or the H-89, which would be downgraded to an H-19.