The Null Device
I grew up on a Commodore 64
Geeky distraction of the day:
A big list of
Commodore emulator-related file formats
. Interesting that they've now got digitised C64 tapes
, consisting of the data as the C64 would see it; essential for that authentic watching-the-flashing-border-until-it-loads experience that ordinary emulator formats don't give you.
Not to mention raw GCR disk images
, for those who missed hacking the 1541 and inventing better ways of writing bit patterns to a 5 1/4-inch floppy.
That's what plentiful RAM, disk space and CPU cycles give you, I suppose. I wonder how long until someone writes an 8-bit computer emulator which works on the logic-gate level, or renders the actual electrons in the machine?
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