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Ron Wiesen Aside from Model T computing, my personal interests are: design, fabrication and operation of lightweight portable Amateur Radio transmission equipment; handcrafting optical telescopes and mountings used in general amateur astronomy and astrophotography.
   
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18.07.2018 12:34

Peter Vollan My own little empire of Model 100 software.
   
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13.07.2018 07:07

   
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26.06.2018 06:55

Kurt McCullum mComm and the sardine files can be found here.
   
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24.03.2018 18:20

   
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19.02.2018 22:39

Ken Pettit You can express yourself by placing text next to your directory! Go to the "My Profile" link and type away! (Text limited to 255 bytes)
   
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05.02.2018 20:54

   
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24.12.2017 08:19

Steve Adolph Utilities, ReMem stuff, REX stuff, notes, programming things.
   
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07.11.2017 13:31

Willard Goosey ROG and other games, utilities, programming tools
   
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25.08.2017 23:50

   
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06.04.2017 02:49

Georg Kaeter from Aachen, Germany. Bought my M100 in 1983 during my studies of mechanical engineering. Took it off the shelf after 30 years and it still works. Brilliant!!! Now own also M102 (1 working, 1 waiting for repair), a T200 with REX and a NADSBox.
   
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09.11.2015 13:20

   
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02.11.2015 14:23

   
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02.10.2015 18:40

   
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29.08.2015 22:14

   
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30.07.2015 20:21

Philip Avery Solitaire, Sudoku, ACOMP.
   
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27.04.2015 10:20

   
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21.10.2014 17:40

   
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02.09.2014 21:42

Kevin Laskowski GOLF! Very challenging, for all ages. Try TrashTalk, A windows based .BA .TXT, and .DO file transfer client written by David Brown. Tower! A very hard strategy game with graphics. Tower Requires UltraScreen 100 available from Gary Weber.
   
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10.08.2014 06:36

   
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04.04.2014 20:15

   
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13.12.2013 05:56

Chris Fezzler Long time follower of M100, M102, M200, NEC PC8201A, NEC PC8300, NEC PC8500, NEC Starlet, Olivetti M10 and other oldies but goodies.
   
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22.09.2013 19:44

David Szasz Proudly owned by several cranky m100\'s a m102, m200, WP-2, Olivetti M-10 plus a uncoperative NEC PC-8201a, a rusty 8300 and a 8401a \'Starlet\'. Just know enough BASIC and electronics to be dangerous!
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Kaleb Marshall I hope to make the Model 100, Tandy 102, and Tandy 200 simple enough for any person to use.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Robert Smith http://www.smithvoice.com/trs80_100_traveling_software_test
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Howard Pepper Bought my first Model 100 in the mid 1980\'s and took it on a Mediterranean cruise while in the Navy. It was a great companion. I got my current \"first\" Model 100 from Rick, and now have another one, a Model 102, a Tandy 200 and a WP-2.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

John Hogerhuis http://bitchin100.com,http://bitchin100.blogspot.com
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Gary Weber Ultrascreen100 is hereby made available to the masses! Starblaze100 is here for your enjoyment!
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Ron Hudson Hey! I own a 102, but I probably use Virtual T more.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Jan Vanden bossche From Leuven, Flanders, Belgium. Owner of Models 100, 102 & 200, Olivetti M-10, Nec PC-8201 and Tandy WP-2.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Miles Willmek New tools for Model 100, 102, 200: NumBa
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Rick Hanson Misc programs found but not forgotten...
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

007 Comet I own a Model 100, power pillow, XR4, and extRAM.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Jake Bickhard Tandy forever!
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

   
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11.08.2013 01:58

   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Randall Shreve As an Army MARS radio operator, I use Models 100 & 102 for portable packet operations. A Model 100 is also on full-time duty on my radio desk providing quick access to callsigns, frequencies and other data. The Tandy Model 102 is a wonderful writing too
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Lee Kelley Bought my first Model T in Fort Worth around 1990 have sense had 100s, 102s, 200s, 600s, M10, NECs, 1400, 1100, 1500, 2800, .... 2000s, 1200, 1000s, and now a Compaq but the 102 is still the best of them all.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Chris Osburn Includes RBASIC support programs
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Robert Pigford Programs for the Model M100/T102 and T200 that help enhance our experiences.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Wayne Winters Model Ts Forever
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Brian Brindle Sat tracking software for the M100.
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Tom Fitzpatrick X10 remote control, digital clocks and timers, Booster Pak files & more, coming soon!`
   
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11.08.2013 01:58

Adrian Ryan You will find some useful programming tools here, including a fully-featured DEBUG with a ROM and RAM code step feature as well as a useful 8080/8085 MS-DOS cross-assembler.
   
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13.06.2013 09:05

   
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23.07.2009 19:10

   
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29.05.2009 16:31

   
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22.04.2009 15:18

   
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19.10.2008 16:54

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