Look what I found ...

Look what I found while packing to move to a new house ...

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Beau Schwabe -- Submicron Forensic Engineer
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  • Time warp, for certain. Up until around 2005 people still called us to send them files on a CD-ROM.

    We used to have a disk duplicator at Parallax. Load up 25 at a time and press a button to copy the master.

    Ken Gracey
  • I'm pretty sure I still have a BS1 manual burred in a storage unit (circa 1999). I also believe I still have the What's a microcontroller text, as well as the BOEBOT manual in the same storage unit. I still keep my 2 favorite pieces of Parallax nostalgia on my entertainment center. Good times. *boebot circa 2002*
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    I spent a minute looking at my own code by accident. I was thinking “What the hell is this guy doing?”
  • Hmm...BoeBot and beer. 2002 must have been a great time!

  • The mug is actually from the unoffical expo in 2012. So 10 years of Parallax on one shelf. But yes, 2002 was a good year as I remember.
    I spent a minute looking at my own code by accident. I was thinking “What the hell is this guy doing?”
  • What are those black things? ;-)
    Whit+

    "We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths." - Walt Disney
  • Whit wrote: »
    What are those black things? ;-)

    Who knows, they look like save icons to me :D

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  • Yow!
    Those belong in a museum, along with a certain political party, and the dinos, and even the Cross of Coronado.




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    Erco I didn't know your robots have good taste in TV watching, they've been binge watching the three series which take place in the (very) Windy City.
  • PublisonPublison Posts: 10,800
    edited 2016-04-11 - 16:47:20
    Found these unpacking some boxes:

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    Infernal Machine
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