¬†In 1991, PC couldn’t speak much. Mac’s was horrible expensive and Atari almost gave up. Commodore was on idea rush and in March 1991, the almighty Commodore released CDTV (which stands for Commodore Dynamic Total Vision). Commodore didn’t want this product to be part of the Amiga family, though theContinue Reading

In a world of touchscreens. Our children, which is born today. They simply don’t know anything about Joysticks, cassette loading or even what a mouse is very soon. When I grow up, Commodore 64 was the thing to have, but I was a bit too young to know anything aboutContinue Reading