More N.Y. Apple Collection!

With everything still crazy in this covid world lately I am still receiving pieces of the New York Apple collection from my brother and his friend Rick.  In fact, on Friday when I came home, I found FedEx lef...

C64c Project: The Dead Test

Back in December of 2019 I picked up a Commodore 64c bundle with a 1541-II all the cables and power supplies along with the manuals for a price that left me feeling like the Grinch steeling Christmas.  When I...

June 2020 Update..

I wanted to share with you a quick update about the lack of posts and videos over the past 2 1/2 months.  When the Covid-19 stay at home order went into effect I was slammed with work in my business from folks working at home now.  The bombardment of work star...

Quick-Bit: Keyboard Spill Cleanup

https://youtu.be/nsBickiGehU Quick-Bit videos are a new feature for 8-Bit Boyz, these are short videos that are usually 5 minutes or less demonstrating repairs, cleaning, setting up equipment and more! In thi...

Apple & Commodore Finds!

https://youtu.be/oUzgOrOLMKE Yesterday the first package of many more to come arrived, that is part of a great Apple computer collection!  Let’s back up to around this time a year ago when I reached out to a d...

Bob Spencer of MITS Part 2: Intel CPUs, PC Magazine and more!

 This is the second part of our 8-Bit Boyz interview with Bob Spencer who was one of the original engineers at MITS in Albuquerque, NM that worked on the Altair 8800 computer. In this second video Bob will share more of his experiences while working at MITS...

Bob Spencer of MITS Part 1: The Altair 8800 Computer

Article from the video. This is the first part of our 8-Bit Boyz interview with Bob Spencer who was one of the original engineers at MITS in Albuquerque, NM that worked on the Altair 8800 computer. I mee...

Installing Image BBS v2.0

Thanks to Bucko for his package of Image BBS v2.0 on a stick it is easier than ever to install and log in to this classic BBS software! I put together about an 18 minute video showing a quick walk through of...

A BBS experience…from the past to the present!

I have been asked why I would want to run a BBS in today's internet driven world.  Well if you were online before the internet then your were into BBS'ing and with social media all over the place in this day and age the BBS appeal is more now than ever to have...

Image BBS v2.0 Download

Here is Commodore's Image BBS v2.0 on a stick!  Bucko of "The Wrong Number ][" has made it so you can copy this version of Image BBS v2.0 to a USB stick that is ready to run under WinVice emulation! Before you ...