from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The hobby of using obsolete computer equipment.
One of the many appeals of retrocomputing is the fact that, once upon a time, everyone expected their machine to work right out of the box, as advertised.
The lead developer behind the project is retrocomputing enthusiast Cameron Kaiser, one of the few remaining champions of gopherspace.
About other works of mine, and hobbies, retrocomputing and vintage games, ornitology, and sciences in general.
Acorn User magazine and author of numerous computer-related books. quest to preserve retrocomputing documents, here is a very interesting reference of the orginal Acorn RISC Machine (ARM) computing platform and the RISC OS Operating System.
I have been told that there are several people in Apple's operating system kernel team today that are younger than the original Macintosh, therefore I see this as act of preserving retrocomputing documents; the times when someone cared about the copyright of this must have long been gone.