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Computer humour from the 90's
« on: 19:31, 02 April 19 »
This video shows a text file downloaded from a Bulletin Board (probably Aspects B.B.) in about 1994. The next video, in about two weeks, will look at some of the graphic display files from the Scull PD library, including I think, a version of the Amiga bouncing ball demo.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IokQixcqNL0
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Re: Computer humour from the 90's
« Reply #1 on: 12:18, 03 April 19 »
Don't you mean the Amstrad Bouncing Ball Demo from AA10:D
* Using some of the hardly used Amstrad compilers :D
* I use Firmware in my Assembly code :P
* Have interpreted some BASIC 1.1 programs for BASIC 1.0. :)

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Re: Computer humour from the 90's
« Reply #2 on: 12:26, 03 April 19 »
Don't know. might be - before running the program I will list it for examination.

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Re: Computer humour from the 90's
« Reply #3 on: 12:37, 03 April 19 »
I've never had an Amiga, but a discussion came up about the Demo several years ago in a Hisoft Pascal thread, which lead me to believe that this was an Amstrad recreation of an Amiga Screensaver I presume.
* Using some of the hardly used Amstrad compilers :D
* I use Firmware in my Assembly code :P
* Have interpreted some BASIC 1.1 programs for BASIC 1.0. :)

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Re: Computer humour from the 90's
« Reply #4 on: 12:57, 03 April 19 »
Yes, I think there were two or more CPC versions and the correct name is the "Boing Demo". Like I say I will list the program first to see if you or anyone else recognises the BASIC file or if there are any useful REM statements.

Cheers,

Peter

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Re: Computer humour from the 90's
« Reply #5 on: 14:48, 15 April 19 »
Cool stuff :)


Also: cool font!!

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Re: Computer humour from the 90's
« Reply #6 on: 06:28, 10 June 19 »
"Computer Erotica" -  text file from the Aspects Bulletin Board.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcnatASS4Fw&feature=youtu.be



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Re: Computer humour from the 90's
« Reply #7 on: 10:24, 10 June 19 »
Just the thing for waking up :D

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Re: Computer humour from the 90's
« Reply #8 on: 12:04, 10 June 19 »
That “erotica” is hilarious.  :laugh:

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Re: Computer humour from the 90's
« Reply #9 on: 12:17, 10 June 19 »
Haaaaahahahaaa!


That was absolutely brilliant!


Now I’m in the mood for Fiche and Chips  8)

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Re: Computer humour from the 90's
« Reply #10 on: 18:24, 23 June 19 »
Guaranteed to offend someone, somewhere.
Two more "humorous" text files from Aspects Bulletin Board. Not computer related but I thought it best to keep them in this thread.



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhJtLH8-IQ0