what the heck. how did i never know about this computer? MCM/70: portable and self-contained, made in toronto in 1974 :O
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This #retro #Commodore CBM is in the Beloit College MakerLab, a space for students to build and create with two MakerBot printers, some #sewing machines, and a budding #electronics lab as well which I'm helping create.
It's the property of the founder of CELEB (MakerLab's parent organization) from his 30 year tenure in #economics at the College.
Sadly, many of the associated floppies have deteriorated beyond recovery.
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[EN] Thanks to this future technology (6€, flea markt), I may soon be able to load data into my Commodore64 \o/
[FR] Grâce à cette technologie du futur (6€, vide-grenier), je pourrai peut-être bientôt charger des données dans mon Commodore64 \o/