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For The First Time in The History of Electronics
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Re: For The First Time in The History of Electronics
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2024, 06:02:32 am »
I don't known what is the relationship between birds and the electronic devices? However, the cute birds looks very beautiful. :)
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Re: For The First Time in The History of Electronics
« Reply #2 on: January 12, 2024, 07:43:50 am »
Meet skaarj and his assistant, Mr Cucu, 13 years ago.   :)



Sound is in Romanian, but TL;DR, Mr Cucu is invited to insert the floppy disk into the unit (8'' FDD, made in FEPER, Romania).  Mr Cucu is a little shy to the camera, so skaarj is formatting the disk while Mr.Cucu is checking around the lab.

Mr. Cucu spent his days as a lab assistant, and eventually has had a violent death, being eaten by a cat.  :-\

skaarj continued to restore vintage computers and peripherals, made in Romania or in the Eastern Europe of the cold war, e.g:
Ro https://www.elforum.info/topic/140304-coral-independent-pdp11-felix-cfelix-m-robotron-emulator-unitate-de-banda-magnetica-pe-9-piste/
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Re: For The First Time in The History of Electronics
« Reply #3 on: January 12, 2024, 10:06:24 am »
Magpie but looks a lot like a mynah, which is a very good talker, and pretty smart. Late MIL had one, called "Stupid Bird", who went with her to Netherlands when she retired there on pension, along with Dibbis the dog. Both bird and dog lived to a very ripe old age, and both enjoyed playing in snow.
 


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