Commodore-related Blogs from registered bloggers at CommodoreServer.com
C64 is a FUN machine! So lets to have some fun....
I collect all commodore
Hey, I'm Slartibartfast, formerly of Aussie demo crews Futurevision Designs, Battery and Lithium (old school) and Onslaught, Chrome and Hokuto Force (contemporary), recently having joined PROS to code intros for the cracks my man Fungus does. I've been coding for the c64 almost since I first got one in the 90's, took a break from the "death"Ã‚Â of the scene in the mid-90's until returning in the early 2000's to join Onslaught and Chrome in around 2005. I released several short demos in that time, started work on a game, and burnt out around 2007 and left the scene again. That brings us to today, where I decided if I was going to make a game now, I'd have to polish up my skills. This started as an idea to rejoin Hokuto Force, but then the CSDB intro competition came along and I met Fungus again for the first time in years, and we formed a cracking crew, PROS. I figured I could disassemble my old demo parts, which were little more than linked intros, and quickly teach myself to demo again. And with the help of VICE monitor and Regenerator Disassembler, it worked!:D So follow on and read all about the process in creating my first intro in a decade, along with source code snippets and eventually the source to the entire intro. http://c64.inspired-digital.net http://redux2017.inspired-digital.net
I am just starting a quick blog to show my express interest in Commodore computers. I, like most others on here, have grown to a strong affinity towards the Commodore 64 and it's plethora of add-ons, accessories, software, and strong follower community. In my opinion, there is no better space decorated than one that shows the mystique of Commodore computers. In my current webpage blog I am tackling repairs to an MSD SD-2 disk drive. I've been using the Commodore Server's chat using my Comet64 modem on my C128D. http://gencom64.blogspot.com More updates to come...
Found my old C64 w 1541 disk drive , and my plan is to try to connect it to internet.
This is DAT-ALEX lab with projects related to Commodore 64 8bit computer!
#c64 nut, retro coder and wanna be indie game dever
Since 1987 i`m a german scener and i collect a lot of stuff. Today, more than 5.000 disks from different sources like from Tgr/Snap, Shri Sadhu, MAV, Dan Dee, H-Bl0xx, Sonic, AEG, Track18, Code18, Someone, Creb, Crossbow, Nasty Boy and other sceners or non sceners are mine. I build THE STOCK and so we collect more than 20.000 disks which are mostly not transfered to D64 or another virtual format. I stopped swapping but i still collect, sell and produce stuff for the commodore64. My newest idea is to save stuff from dying sources and bring these stuff back with two mirrors. So that it will be spread around for all other interested in.
Commodore-related project and thoughts I have worked on
My name is Bryce L. Tomlinson. Back in the 80's I became "almost famous" by writing a little program to make keyboard graphics on the Commodore 64 for all of the Color 64 BBS services that were popping up all over Portland Oregon and the USA. Today I'm a filmmaker and social media expert, but my memories haunt me, and I long to bring the fun and adventure of the C64 back to my living room. Join me in my quest, and I'll try to share what happens as I rebuild my 8-bit past in the 21st century.
PET 2001-16N with these modifications * upgraded to BASIC 4.0 ROM * RAM increased to 32K * added RESET/NMI switch * added DIAG switch * added CB2 sound circuit board
I love the Commodore 128. I miss having my original.
Commodore 128 Paradise is the place to find software and infortion for Commodore's best computer ever ! ! !
KaposvÃ¡ron a 80'-as Ã©vek vÃ©gÃ©n a SzabadidÅ‘ Klub-ban volt lehetÅ‘sÃ©g a fiatalok szÃ¡mÃ¡ra a Commodore vilÃ¡gÃ¡val megismerkedni. A vÃ©gelÃ¡thatatlan jÃ¡tÃ©kok egÃ©szen bÅ±vÃ¶letben tartottak bennÃ¼nket, akik akkor voltunk tizenÃ©vesek.
Hello! I want to reach every member of the Comet64. Greetz Ingo - Germany/Bavaria
Articles and information on Internet-enabling your Commodore 64 Computer.
Ho pubblicato su youtube la rocedura di collegamento di un Commodore 64 ad una BBS Usando una scheda Comet64 e SD2IEC e Striketerm 2014. http://youtu.be/0nBU65-bl1Q Magari a qualcuno potrÃƒÂ interessare. W la comet64 !! Sonicexenia http://1200baud.wordpress.com/connecting-to-c-bbss/ https://www.commodoreserver.com/
I will post updates to this blog about my current projects.
This is my demolition blog. More to come.
CBM Fanboy for over 30 years, but Iv'e forgotten more than most people learn in a lifetime! 8-)
This blog recounts the history of Dr. Evil Laboratories, the creator, manufacturer, and retail sales of peripherals and software for the Commodore 64, including the Imagery! adventure game system, the SID Symphony Stereo cartridge, and the Swiftlink-232 cartridge.
My experiences using the Comet64
c64 and geos/wheels fan. i adore my 64 !
Jeff's adventures in Commodore computing in the modern day. (Warning! I'm a hardware hacker! Just because something works fine for me doesn't mean that it's wired correctly or won't fry something of yours if you replicate my success. I only experiment with a unit that is committed to this and have another untouched unit as a backup.)
not jet alot to say; i simply ave my C64 from 13 years old with me, repairing, upgrading programming and having fun time by time... it is been one of my best experience in the 8bit computers world ... and now it remain a piece of my life. ^_^
euh ... beer?
Im needing to find someone that has a *LOT* of experience with: Machine Language and GEOS/Wheels programming. Im new to both ML and the above and need some help, just reading the Geos programmers reference manual does not help a beginner, because they already assume your well versed in GEOS routines, and they barely ever do supply what opp codes to use etc. I do have most of the Geoprogrammist articles which are helpful, but that was at a time before Wheels and Concept were even written, but the articles do help in some area's. And I found what Commodore World issues I didnt have on bombjack.org. The Geoprogrammer manual is a good book and partly helpful, but as usual its all about having the know how which I know I dont have, and I know now I bit off more than I can chew, both with ML and GEOS coding. wow its a deep language! I would like to make my application available because its both useful and entertaining, and something that is awesome that has never been tried in either GEOS or Wheels. If I cant find any help then this application may never be finished. My last helper it seems has lost interest and that is too bad, but he has coded a lot of GEOS and Wheels apps, but that individual helped this application to a few good Beta versions. At least proving what I want to do will work in Wheels at least because it handles its memory better than GEOS does. If anyone is serious about this please drop me an email at: email@example.com Thank you.
Hi, I'm Goog. Creator and founder of CommodoreServer.com, the Comet64 Internet Modem and the Portland Commodore Users Group in Portland, Oregon USA (PDXCUG.org). I am excited about all things Commodore, but my passion lies with the Commodore 64.
Just a dude who likes to make things work.
It all started with deciding to try an Amiga again. Now I'm getting back into the C=64 and Vic-20. Multitasking is great, but there's a charm in using a machine that focuses on one task and does it right. Let's see, I have an Amiga 2000, Commodore 64, and Vic-20. Now I have to figure out what to do with them. This Ethernet modem thingy seems to be a good place to start.
Software and hardware stuff about C128 in particular, and low-level stuff (6502, AtMega, CIA, VIC-II).
the monitor that shipped with my commodore 64 i got off of ebay is total junk and i have to use a very small tv set as a monitor in fact i have to squint in order to see any thing i could use one of my big plasma tvs but there so big i would have to put my 64 on the floor not also that im starting to see horizontal lines on the screen but there not the visible is that some thing i have to worry about or is that easly fixable
Commodore computers where humanly understandable in their whole, who today still know his computer as intimately as we know our commies? That's why i love C= ! beside Retro is the new hype :p
Jack Locding's Blog
Stuff I rant on, often technical, sometimes short-sighted political stuff too
These are the ramblings of a happy Commodore computer user since 1983. If you'd like to read more, you can visit my blog at: http://istilladoremy64.chorusgrove.com
I'm a demo scener, my nick is Mace and the group I'm in is called Secure.
Blog about my activity around Commodores 128
I'm a Old New Owner of a C64 and wanted some info and help getting this thing on my network to load my insane collection of images, tosec and the like.
Papadwight- OLD school Where a mans word is everthing. Commodore 64c with 64c backup and 128 backup, Comet 64-xm1541 cable 2-1541 drives-1-1541-2 and a 1571 and xp with c64 forever too, Working on commodore laptop. have old 1670 modem too, but don.t uses. Ase-Mechinic, Retired
PDXCUG (Portland Commodore Users Group) is a special interest group of fun-loving retro-computing and Commodore computer enthusiasts who meet every 2nd Thursday of the month. We have an interest in Commodore 64, Vic-20, Commodore 128, Commodore SX-64, Amiga, and all Commodore computers, software and peripherals. If you are in the Portland, OR (USA) area, please join us.
Wherein I enlighten you, dear reader, on the status of my many eclectic hopes and dreams for Commodore projects.
Things related to Commodore computers.
PSMUD? What does that mean? PSMUD stands for Puget Sound Multi User Dungeon!
A place to document my collection, restoration, adaptation, and all around love reconnection to 8-bit, Commodore products. _nostalgia, _hacking, _music, _midi
Just solder the kit and my commodore 64 is at "LOAD "!",2 and stuck there now. I did the update and the login. Maybe my pin is not right. Not sure.
Does anyone have a spare Comet64 modem to sell? I have never taken my 128 on the net and would like to try. Thanks. Red
Making Tomorrows World Better With Yesterdays Technology Today
Writing games for old computers keeps the mind sharp; and sharing them here makes it more fun and worthwhile.
The ramblings of a C64 addict.
i am exited to be working on the first multiplayer RPG for the commodore 64, if you don't know what i'm doing, i'm making the pixel art / sprites for the game. so far i have 46 sprites and counting, i will probably keep up major news about the game, update the picture at the end of each day to see my latest sprites. also i'm just a kid >:D
This blog provides details on the design and development of Commodore 64 retrocomputing projects which I'm currently involved with! :)
New C 64 in C 16 case with multikernal (7 kernal different) and nano chip sid and pla .
C64 fan from Australia
I guess my greatest goal in retrocomputing is to show what the C64 could have been if things were done differently. I try to tackle some of the technical problems that tend to get in the way of people accomplishing more. Some of my ongoing projects are: * modBASIC (a basic extension adding some features of modular programming) * easyDisk (a driver that lets you use an Easy Flash cart as a disk drive) * API Framework (a way to load modular drivers anywhere in memory) * Annotated ROM Disassembly
My attempts to piece together my Commodore past... BBS Software, Classic hardware, etc.
spy info is great
spy listening hot is great
What goes into developing a CRPG for the Commodore 64? It can't be that hard, right? See the twists and turns we go through creating a CRPG on a machine that is thirty years old!
The Questarian's Retro Ramblings on the Late Great C-128!...well, that and the C-64, C-16, +4, Pet, or anything that carried that sexy blue and red logo... and it's not a "chicken head"!
Il blog della nostalgia
I am 14 years old and i love old commodore computers, i have a VIC 20, a C64, a C128 and a C128DCR and i love playing around in BASIC and ML code :)
German retro fan of C64. Like more the music of C64 than programming it.
Software support for C128.
linux/freebsd emulator tips and tricks
I'm so bad, I should be in detention.
Getting back into C=. Telnet with BBSserver and CCGMS 14 https://github.com/LeifBloomquist/BBSServer -Using Star Commander, 64HDD and collecting peripherals. Wired up an RS232 adapter (Wulfden P3 and userport connector) with instructions from http://biosrhythm.com/?p=1136 I'm glad to have found this site, and hope it becomes what it can be!
Things you can do with the comet64
Welcome to the Wizard's Realm Blog. Enjoy and long live the Commodore!!!!!!
Yamo's blog - remember Yamo from Bruce Lee? That's me. I love all Commodore things and hope to talk about them here in my new blog space.
I'm a 40-something IT professional who owned a C64 in the 1980's, ran a BBS for a short time, but never delved deep into how it all worked. I've collected common and slightly-less-than-common hardware, and am interested in learning more about the inner workings, including programming and design. I connect to CommodoreServer.com using an RS-232 interface and Lantronix UDS10 (serial to Ethernet bridge).