Apple II boards

From: Lawrence LeMay <>
Date: Wed Jan 23 16:47:49 2002

> Well, as with any other system, once you know about the "vanilla" system, you
> can easily decide for yourself what additional hardware you need. The way to
> make sure you never get it right is to run out and snag everything that seems
> "neat" without first knowing, absolutely, what the consequence of attempting
> to use it will be.
> Dick

Thats starting to sound a bit like white-coat syndrome. These computers
are not rare artifacts to be hidden away behind glass walls, only to be
touched by the neophites in white lab coats, you know. Go ahead and
experiment, heck throw the completely wrong hardware in and cause a
major short circuit! And in so doing, know that you can always get another
apple ][+ or 3 for about $5 (if not for free, heaven knows i keep getting
offered the things...)

Cmon, what could possibly be less valuable than an Apple ][+? A C64 perhaps...

-Lawrence LeMay
Received on Wed Jan 23 2002 - 16:47:49 GMT

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