Workbench

Part 1: Interview with Bob Spencer of MITS

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. This is the article about Ed R...

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 s...

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 an...

Image BBS 64 version 2.0!!

* Check out our BBS Directory for this BBS and many others you can connect to today!!!! * If you were BBSing in the 80’s and early 90’s and a Commodore user most likely you have been on an Image BBS system. Ev...

Missed it by that much…

This morning at just about 8:00am I get a text followed by a call from my brother in New York, when I answer the call, he tells me to look at the text.  There it is an Apple ][e with dual drives and original ...

A Rare C-Net 64 DS-2 BBS!

* Check out our BBS Directory for this BBS and many others you can connect to today!!!! * Over this past summer while hopping around on Commodore Image BBS systems I came across a BBS listing that I could not ...

Top Gun

There are times where you just feel like some where a deal is waiting for you to find it and the other day while going to a store to pick up some supplies for the workbench I thought ‘maybe after I'm done I wil...

Jingle Disk Screensaver

DOWNLOAD LINK: Windows version 1.3 - 38 MB Compatible with: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8 & 10 OSx (Mac) version: To be released in the future... DOWNLOAD INFORMATION: This Christmas video poem was origi...

Network Wallboard Cleanup!

For years I would hear that in the future we will have less wires when it comes to our computer systems.  Well part of that is true and the rest is just flat out the opposite if anything else these days.  Most ...