Photo of Smithsonian microcomputer exhibit

From: John Higginbotham <>
Date: Wed Feb 25 13:42:13 1998

At 10:26 AM 2/25/98 -0800, you wrote:

>But you can't just run an Apple I emulator on the Apple II. The memory
>maps are completely different and the video chain of the Apple I is
>radically different than any home micro designed since the late 70's (i.e.
>it is *not* a memory-mapped video system; it's closer to a dumb terminal
>bolted onto a 6502. Well, a really dumb dumb terminal :-) )

Okay, I concede. I'm pretty clueless when it comes to all the nuances. How
about we just run a program on the Apple II hardware that "looks" like an
Apple I???

- John Higginbotham
Received on Wed Feb 25 1998 - 13:42:13 GMT

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