I enjoy history, perhaps more so than others. My first computer was an Apple IIC, purchased in 1985. It had a single 5 1/2 inch floppy drive, no hard drive, and a wee little monochrome monitor. Basically, it was a glorified word processor until I figured out how to connect it to my Amateur Radio transceiver. Here is a picture of my radio room, circa 1988 on Guam:
Finding more things to do with it became a hobby of sorts. After a while, I realized that what I wanted was what we termed an “IBM clone,” what is known as a PC today.
When I came across this blog post; History of Computers, I found it interesting and thought I’d share.