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Old July 31, 2022, 04:36 AM
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Default Re: The electric three-wheeled vehicle that pre-dated Tesla...

Hi Dien

Thanks for those memories - agree we're likely similar vintage (I'm mid 60's age)

First computer - apart from using the main frame at uni - was a Video Genie (Tandy TRS80 clone) so none of the UK magazines had listings to type in directly for it, hence learning Basic.

Been on the web since Mosaic was the go-to browser (eek!) and learned HTML from trial and error plus about the only tutorial website around in the mid 90's

Long form copy works on the web, even if Google is the only thing to read the whole page.

Amstrad were in "hi fi" before the computer days - I owned one of those turntables and, of course, Alan Sugar has hosted the Apprentice in your neck of the woods as well as UK.

Clive Sinclair's company made calculators before computers (and radios before them) and eventually his electric trike. I remember our maths teacher being upset because one of our class had just bought a scientific calculator for a quarter the price the teacher had paid for his 4 function calculator (add, subtract, multiply, divide).

Fun times!
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