guess I should quit being such a lurker, this place is top notch going from my 44 years of life experience...
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old man of 46
Older man of 47 years young.
rhegedus / Craig Tucker:
Anyone know of a decent BBC emulator.......
I graduated from the Acorn Electron to the Amstrad CPC6128 (which had a built in floppy - now that's power computing!)
If anyone's interested in an emulator for that, try CaPriCe - again loads of the old games available on the web & the great thing is the download's finished before you've let go of the mouse button pretty much!!
I'm not so sure how good the 8-bit machines would have been at video encoding though!
I'm 25 BTW
I'm not cuttin' your 'puter. I started playin' with this video stuff, VHS to CD, on my AMD 350. Worked fairly well.
I wish I could build a new machine every couple years. I keep buying newer when the price gets below " that's ridiculous" on CPUs. I stick to AMD, and when I get itchy, and a few hundred meg jump gets below a 100 bucks, I'll jump.
Course, I've got enough family, grands, etc, to foist off my year or so old "antiques" to. That's what keeps me feeling younger than my years.
That, and building them furniture, fixing the plumbing, the furnace, the wiring... Yoi, I'm gettin' tired. Time for a snooze.
I'm 69 and a bit, appear to be the oldest so far, and have picked up numerous tips from this site. ( Started ripping at the age of 68 )
Putting all that advice together, I now produce good quality SVCD's,
that are almost as good to watch as the original DVD's.
When liteOn bring thier DVD Writer onto the market shortly, I shall be in there boots and all.
Having been around for Sooooooooooo long, I've lived to learn from so
many other peoples mistakes, ****up's, and advice.
Have a Nice day!
im 40 but i still act like a teenager...i started this stuff with 8mm film now i use computers
I have looked twice for a link to vote/respond to the poll, is teh poll part closed?
J eJD tinkerer pushin' 60,
A real Life Enemy of the State, see Fed case #01-40080, Detroit.
Computers, Electronics, vintage Audio, Photography Film/digital/3D, N-Scale RR, ,
AKA the "Infamouse Joe Walker" ,Join the Navy & see (1/2) the world.
I saw the mvie JFK
Finally a question I can answer. Let's see, my son turned 25 today so that makes me 44.
I am 14 years of age. 8)
BUT, I can pass for 17
haha 30 here
but i love the fact that i can STILL pass for anywhere between 17-22 WOOO, love my genetics
im 14 years old
21 here, started with PC's at 16, was amiga's before that:P
42 and still going strong. I'm in better shape now than at 22.Got my retirement plans all set. Looks like I only have to work another 5 years after I die........
My one click solution to copying DVD's to DVD( -/+ )R/RW - Click Here
Can DVDXcopy cram a dual layer onto 1 DVD-R?
I am 36 and living in San Diego. Just another cool sunny day in the 70's.
Gotta love it!!!It's not that I don't understand, it's just that I don't care!!!
Looks like I'm not as old as I thought, but I think young. 46 now, 47 in a couple months. Been with video since home video started (Betamax) and computers since the old 8008 days. Really started though with the Atari ST that I won in a contest. Never let up with either hobby in the past almost 20 years. The "kids" here think I'm al old fart though, hence my online name...
SWM 6'2", 29 years old blond hair blue eyes ISO SWF... Ohh sorry, Mesa be a very old 29, but I feel 85.
SeanWe all like Sheep have gone astray...
32 living in Princeton, NJ. It's beautiful outside today. Lots of sunshine.
I shoulda used old FART but it was taken!
50 Years Old ..
Started with ATARI
I started with an 8080 system with 4mb of ram and text only display. Loaded programs from cassette
Printed programs on a teletype.
Monitor was a cheap B&W television.
However, it did have a nice walnut enclosure!
Age may not matter. 8)
I am old enough to be on the forums and watch porn.
The older I get, the older old is!
Any comment or questions on this?
Nice to see some folks still with some old stuff! I'm 31 and own the following "old stuff:"
Commodore VIC-20 (with modem)
Radio shack TRS-80
And that doesn't count the "gaming systems" Ah, the simpler times....
Started w/ Commodore VIC-20 and Commodore 64 back in da day.
Never interested in programming aspect of computers, but audio/video editing/authoring/etc. facinates me! I also forked out $328.90 (back in 1995?) for an "open box" Panasonic DVD-A100 DVD player at Best Buy. (when the "cheapo's" retailed for $599). I was pretty certain the format would take off, mainly b/c of the size of the disk and excellent video/audio quality.
Now, if I could only find a way to make money doing this stuff. ....and legally, I mean . I know, this topic is covered in another thread...