Apple I Replica Creation: Back to the Garage. (CD-ROM included).
Apple I replica creation; back to the garage. (CD-ROM included)
Syngress Media, Inc., [c]2005
Have about $100 and some table space? According to consultant Owad, you can embrace your inner geek and build a working replica of an Apple I from scratch. With the blessings of Steve Wozniak in its forward, and the reminiscences of several Apple pioneers as inspiration, Owad describes the tools and materials you will need, gives the basics of digital logic and how it applies to building a system, lists all the parts and assembly processes, and then brings us back to the roots of the computer revolution with BASIC and Assembly programming. Instead of just leaving you there, he also describes how the Apple I works, from its bus, clock, and processor to its memory. His appendices include ASCII codes, instructions by category, and helpful electrical engineering basics. Distributed in the US by O'Reilly.
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|Title Annotation:||ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, ELECTRONICS, NUCLEAR ENGINEERING|
|Publication:||SciTech Book News|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2005|
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