Sudan no1 - 2016-04-11 Awesome tour. I think it's quaint how people in the 80s anthropomorphized computers, especially back when they were so primitive. I used to know nerds that would "name" their computers in the 90s and 00s, but no one seems to do that anymore.
fedex - 2016-04-11 It's like cars or SO's, we only use their proper names in moments of high emotion, both positive and negative.
Cube - 2016-04-11 That's actually really cool. I have to admire the person that had the idea and went all the way with it. I guess stuff like this is in the past, nowadays people would just do a crappy web site or something. And LET'S SEE SOMEONE MAKE A HOLOVIDEO OF THAT WEBSITE AFTER 30 YEARS!
Born in the RSR - 2016-04-11 The preview makes me rally nostalgic for the heavy metallic case that my old 386 had.
From a time way before they realized it's a pain in the ass to put on/off switches in the back of the case.
Binro the Heretic - 2016-04-11 I can remember typing in a crude assembler in BASIC from "Ahoy!" magazine and writing my own games with it.
I wouldn't even know where to begin to make a game on a modern PC.