Apple III motherboard

From: Sellam Ismail <>
Date: Fri Jun 16 12:42:55 2000

On Fri, 16 Jun 2000, Douglas Quebbeman wrote:

> machine. While I understand that SOS (wasn't that the
> name of the OS, Apple SOS, pronounced "Applesauce"?)

Sophisticated Operating System

> I'd start saving to disk every 5 lines. Since I compose
> to paper (and still do and cannot understand why some
> programmers compose directly into thr machine), at

Um, speed and efficiency?

> 'Nuff said; I intended and maintain committed no disparagement
> of Louis, only of the Apple ///. I was this very day going
> to compose and post a message about Computers I Love to Hate,
> but the timing of his posting changed the opportunity.

Do it! Do it!

My vote is for the Commodore 64. Whenever you find one, if the
motherboard isn't dead, the power supply is! And if it does work, it will
die quite more readily than any other computer I've ever used. I've never
had as many other computers up and die on me as the C64.

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