Computers and Video Games

This is a mostly complete list of all the computers and video game systems I own. I've got a page for each one, with varying amounts of information there. Let me know if you need some information - I may be able to help you and others by posting it on the appropriate page. Also, check out my related blog.


Commodore 64/128 - Commodore PET/CBM - Other Commodore 8-bits - Commodore VIC-20 - Commodore Plus/4 - "PC" - Commodore Amiga - Tandy Color Computer 3 (Coco3) - Apple Macintosh - Atari XE System - Radio Shack Model-100 - Timex/Sinclair 1000 and ZX-81

Video Game Consoles

Video Game Consoles - Atari 2600 - Atari 7800 - Colecovision - Intellivision - Vectrex - Sega Genesis - Super Nintendo - Sega Dreamcast - Sega Master System - Odyssey2 - Nintendo Entertainment System


TI-86 - Gameboy - Cybiko - Palm Pilot

Related non-programmable

PDA-like - Table-Top Electronic Games - Hand-Held Electronic Games - Educational - TV Games - Other

Hey, Robin's computer has one of those cool cup-holders! Out of all my hobbies and interests, computers and video games have been the most important. First of all, they have held my interest for longer than anything else. More importantly, my interest in video games led me on to buy a home computer, which I learned to program. This directly led to my good grades in school, and on to Computer Science at university, and finally a decent job working for the local telephone company.

Over the years, I have built up a sizeable collection of computers, video games, and other electronic gadgets. I am actually interested in using, and when possible, programming these units - not just letting them collect dust on my shelves. These pages describe most (eventually, all) of my collection.

I have begun to revise my web pages in the following format:

Each page will have 3 questions - What is it? will provide a description and history of the particular part of my collection. What do you have in your collection? will provide a detailed listing of all the items I have in this category. What are you doing with it? will describe my experience as both a user and a programmer (if applicable) with this particular item. This will also cover past and possible future projects, if applicable. After these questions will follow all the links I find helpful/useful/interesting regarding this category.

Let me know what you think of this format - also, let me know if you have suggestions on how to better break down the information.

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Last Update: 2013.11.15 (previous update, 2004.06.09 - where do the years go? :( ) Got rid of the link to WebRing, I can't believe they were using it hijack my page! Evil.
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