A Private Session with Master matahari: The Miracles of Amstrad

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A Private Session with Master matahari: The Miracles of Amstrad

On the 28th of May, at Istanbul/Turkiye, we had a lovely meeting about the Amstrad CPC. matahari, who has worked with companies like Ocean in the 80s as a freelance graphics artist and programmer, told us about how the Amstrad CPC is a well-designed computer based on the Z80 and the differences and similarities between other computers from the same era. I wanted to share this with you all, and I think a report is the best way to do it, so I wrote a full report of the meeting with many photos. I also wrote about our personal memories. It's in Turkish but Google Translate is your friend, again :)

Many names like Ocean, David Ward, John Gibson, and Gary Bracey are mentioned. And there are many more names and memories that I didn't write in the report...  We had a lot of fun and learned a lot.

Greetings from the Amstrad community in Turkiye!


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Alco

Quote from: villain on 22:16, 10 June 22Merhaba ve çok teşekkür ederim!  :D
Oh my goodness! Our meeting report also enables the readers ultra fast Turkish learning. ;)  8)
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Oh... There is so much more that I know! Gül, demir and yesil.  ;D

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Quote from: villain on 22:44, 12 June 22Oh... There is so much more that I know! Gül, demir and yesil.  ;D
Wooowww! Then now you need some Turkish Amstrad magazine and user manual  :D

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