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  • #16
    Re: Age req

    Originally posted by TeamSploit
    And i dont have a laptop, so do i bring my desktop?
    Leave your computer at home! The only reason I even bring my laptop is to dump pictures from my cam onto. Otherwise, talk to people, you'll find it much more enjoyable then sitting behind a screen.
    .: Grifter :.

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    • #17
      Re: Re: Age req

      Originally posted by Grifter
      Leave your computer at home! The only reason I even bring my laptop is to dump pictures from my cam onto. Otherwise, talk to people, you'll find it much more enjoyable then sitting behind a screen.
      Defcon without computers?!?! Then again, there are going to be plenty there. We should offer a prize for the oldest, lamest, still-working computer at the con. :D

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      • #18
        Re: Re: Re: Age req

        Originally posted by astcell
        Defcon without computers?!?! Then again, there are going to be plenty there. We should offer a prize for the oldest, lamest, still-working computer at the con. :D
        I can bring my spiffy ass SparcBook 3. It's old, it's lame, it works like champ...add all that up and you got a winner. It is my pride and joy.
        perl -e 'print pack(c5, (41*2), sqrt(7056), (unpack(c,H)-2), oct(115), 10)'

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        • #19
          I don't think Goons are eligible for the contest. :D

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          • #20
            Re: Re: Re: Age req

            Originally posted by astcell
            Defcon without computers?!?! Then again, there are going to be plenty there. We should offer a prize for the oldest, lamest, still-working computer at the con. :D
            I just lent it to Cat. it's held together with electrical tape, and is currently powered by old cellphone batteries.

            It'll be the ticket tracking system. Fear.
            http://bitshift.org

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            • #21
              Umm, I have a working Speak & Spell from 1978. Fear.
              .: Grifter :.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Grifter
                Umm, I have a working Speak & Spell from 1978. Fear.

                Don't make me break out my slide rule collection, or my core memory examples.

                If necessary, I'm sure I can track down one of the original "computers" who were displaced by ENIAC in the '50's. I'm sure at least one of the women is still functioning.
                http://bitshift.org

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Grifter
                  Umm, I have a working Speak & Spell from 1978. Fear.
                  Oooh. I've always wanted to circuit bend one of those. I've got an mp3 of what one of them sounds like once modded.

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                  • #24
                    The oldest one I have is a 133mhz that works. I do have an old 486 but it dosn't work completly. Although these are pretty new compared to some of the really old ones.

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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by encrypt31945
                      The oldest one I have is a 133mhz that works. I do have an old 486 but it dosn't work completly.
                      Heh. Free Geek gets in XT laptops, fully functional with all docs. But we have a 'special' pile for those, right next to the sledgehammer.

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by mfreeck
                        Oooh. I've always wanted to circuit bend one of those. I've got an mp3 of what one of them sounds like once modded.
                        Link?

                        I'd like to mod this one, I'm just worried I'll fuck it up.
                        .: Grifter :.

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                        • #27
                          Didn't a few of those Speak and Spells have X rated words built in to them, and it prompted a recall?

                          I still remember:
                          - IBM Clamshell, two floppies, 640K ram, yellow 5" monitor: $4000.
                          - 286/16, 20MB HD, 14" EGA, $1900. (no modem or nic)
                          - 386/33, 30MB HD, 14" VGA, $2500. (no modem or nic)
                          - upgrade to 486/66, $700 for motherboard
                          - being able to afford OS/2, the last OS I'd ever need (HA!)
                          - upgrade from 4MB RAM to 8MB RAM - $100.

                          And of course it goes downhill from there.

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                          • #28
                            Originally posted by Grifter
                            Link?

                            I'd like to mod this one, I'm just worried I'll fuck it up.
                            This is the one I was thinking of, and there's also a how to.

                            Bring it with you, so we can play with it. :)

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                            • #29
                              Re: Re: Re: Re: Age req

                              Originally posted by Chris
                              I can bring my spiffy ass SparcBook 3. It's old, it's lame, it works like champ...add all that up and you got a winner. It is my pride and joy.
                              /me wishes he had a sparcbook...

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                              • #30
                                /me wishes he had a sparcbook...
                                Talk to Ira..he's probably got about 5 of them

                                I return whatever i wish . Its called FREEDOWM OF RANDOMNESS IN A HECK . CLUSTERED DEFEATED CORn FORUM . Welcome to me

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