20 GOTO 10

By Steven Goodwin

Retro Computing by Numbers

Thursday, 16 December 2021

Happy holidays to you all!

As we close the year which gave us the 40th anniversary of the Sinclair ZX81, Acorn BBC Micro, TI-99/4A (and several others), we look forward to 2022 for the 40th anniversary of even more machines - the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Dragon 32, Oric, Jupiter Ace, and Vectrex, to name just a few off the top of my head!

What a iconic celebration it would be to also complete the crowdfunding campaign, and get the book into yours hands, in 2022!?

In the new year, I'm going to be pushing hard on all fronts to find the final 31% of the folk we need to join our retrocomputing band, and get this over line. But this book won't exist without your help, so if you know someone that runs a blog, podcast, YouTube channel, magazine, conference, or similar outlet where we can find some more supporters, let please tell them about this book. (I also give a fairly decent interview, even if I do so say myself!)

Expect more updates in the new year, including a reference to what's in Appendix 50!

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Steve Mars
 Steve Mars says:

Good luck with finishing the book .. hoping it has an Acorn Archimedes section the machine that introduced the ARM chip which now powers much of our modern world :)

posted 17th December 2021

Todd Ramsey
 Todd Ramsey says:

Try TNMOC and The Centre for Computing History at Cambridge. Perhaps they may be willing to give a shout out. Cheers.

posted 17th December 2021

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