Added some more stuff on learn-orca! This part on percussion is pretty fun I think https://metasyn.github.io/learn-orca/#percussion
Also added a link for people using no script so you can read the static version.
This is an AMAZING BBC Micro emulator.
I had to scratch my head a bit for this one..
thanks @neauoire for joining copiona.com to the webring, I love this project
Learning how to make CHR-RAM roms.
The programme's ground breaking feature was the live transmission of computer software, in those days personal computers stored their data on audio cassettes at data rates of a kilobit per second or so, which meant the data could be played over AM medium wave and VHF FM transmitters and be directly loaded into home PCs
You’re listening to the Datarama show on Radio West and partaking in the UK’s first attempt to send a computer program over local radio. Joe Tozer, who co-hosted the show, recalls how it all began: “I think it was just one of those ‘ping!’ moments when you realise that the home computer program is just audio on a cassette, so why not transmit it over air? It just seemed a cool idea.”
It’s always night under the ultraviolet sun. http://wiki.xxiivv.com/Journal
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