The Archaic Computer Gallery where we see the past. Home of the Dee El!
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Just Some of the Computers Noesis Creation Supports:
After dieHard vanished from the face of the magazine stands and the post, I found myself starting over again. I searched the world high and wide for a part-time telecommuting position, while writing Shareware. I even started writing a book. I was still supporting the computers I love most through TV/BUG's Bug Bytes and ABUG's Home Computer News. I posted Shareware under noesis0 on places like Delphi, CompuServe, and many BBSs.
Finally, I decided to accept my retirement. I became a full- time- stay- at- home- Daddy all over again, and with many new additions to the family I found that there was no way I could have ever made time to work even part-time. Mia and I now have nine children (who this year, will be): Antony (
Life took a large change after my mom passed. I am now a raw milk dairy farmer. We have a cow named Clarabelle, a cow named Clover, and a cow named Rose. They are Jerseys. Plus loads of free range chickens and a cat named Isotope!
This site is an attempt to offer support to those who have longed for those amusing anecdotes and slight insights I have offered over the years through various publications, but have lost track of them one way or another, as well as those who seek help with computers of long ago.
The Q & A section under Archaic Computer is a place to post questions concerning those computers of the long ago. It is a pseudo-open forum where questions and answers can be sent for posting.
My softs are in the Noesis Creationsofts area. Archaic Computer covers a wide variety of subjects from product reviews to stories from the computer industry annals. The Antique Computer Store features Antique computers, and related items for those who missed out on a great era or just want to have a great old machine. There is even a news area for announcements from the long ago and the here and now.
This site proves that "commodore does not equal commodore," in that everything is seen from the US. Machines, like the 264, that didn't make it in the US, may have appeared in other parts of the World. So keep that in mind when an article says something did or didn't happen.
I hope you enjoy this site as it grows over the weeks, months and years to come.
Noesis Creation supports users of ALL commodore 8-bits, Amiga, CDTV, Atari ST,
ALL Atari 8-bits (including the 600XL), Epson Geneva PX-8, MS-DOS, Windoze 3.0 &
3.1, Timex Sinclair, and many other old computers.
I'd like to thank A O Black, for the Micro 80 Magazines and the Polaroid Palette.
Thanks to Paul Slingbaum for the PX-8
Thank you, Tony Fernandez for the mother boards and the IBM Laptop.
Thanks go to Dan Barrera, Duane Forte, Al Hale, and Roy Crosthwaite for many, many contributions over the years.
Thanks to the many who have contributed over the years, who's name elude me now (see AC and Q & A postings -- they may appear there :)
This entire site is Copyright 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2013, 2015, 2017, 2019 Brian Crosthwaite (Noesis Creation). All Rights Reserved. All contributions, including letters, articles, art, ads, etc, are copyright by their respective author/owners.