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Diary blog of ramblings and adventures in collecting and reliving childhood memories.
Just my own little place on the web about my hobby. Stories about selling, repairs, buying and the people behind that. Reporting from the Netherlands, and started collecting again way too late.
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Tag Archives: Books
20/04/2018 Very slow collecting month! First of all due to the fact I was away for a short holiday on Rhodes. Practiced my mad photosynthesis skills! Was good to get away for a short time, will start with a new … Continue reading
02/04/2018 Went to visit Marvin in Harlingen yesterday, teaming up with Dion from Leiden which I haven’t seen in a quit a while. Shopping in the retro supermarket, Marvin is operating overthere. Behaved myself, and just got myself some small … Continue reading
17/02/2018 Original plan was to hook up with Dion to go to the HCC Commodore meeting. Due to some miscommunication and planning, i couldn’t join him, and we plan for another meeting. But..he was selling his book, to me 🙂 … Continue reading
14/01/2018 Just came in from ThriftBooks for 8 dollar. Not quit sure if and when i will start reading (or start programming again)…but Dion told me I just needed this one on my Commodore shelf ;), otherwise my collection was … Continue reading
The holy bible of Commodore repairs. In mint condition Art Margolis “Troubleshooting & Repairing your Commodore 64”, and Robert C. Brenner, “Commodore 64 Troubleshooting and Repair Guide”. Last one is a previous public library book, which is not quit in … Continue reading
November 2017 A small add appeared on the Dutch Marketplace. Several Commodore 64’s, books and a lot of cartridges for sale. My eye caught something unusual, a device with MAC64 printed on it. I tried to find any info on … Continue reading
December 201 Thanks to Dion I ordered the “Programming the 6502”, Rodney Zaks from Thriftbooks.com. With a coupon code and shipping included, a whopping 8 dollars. Indeed a classic which should be part of my collection. Hits: … Continue reading