Dave Larsen’s Bug Book Computer Museum

Dave Larsen, ham call sign KK4WW,  runs the The Bug Book Computer Museum site.

The site includes information on several TRS-80 books.

On a related note, Earles McCaul has graciously granted TRS-80.com the privledge of hosting a pdf of TRS-80 Assembly Language Made Simple.

  1. Bug Book Computer Museum
  2. Bug Book Titles
  3. Earles L. McCaul’s TRS-80 Assembly Language Made Simple
  4. Jonathan A. Titus’ TRS-80 Interfacing
  5. John Paul Froelich’s TRS-80 More Than Basic
  6. History and purpose of Bug Book Computer Musuem
  7. Download Earles L. McCaul’s TRS-80 Assembly Language Made Simple
  8. TRS-80.com’s List of TRS-80 Related Books

Update: here’s a link to the Bug Book Computer Museum blog:

  • www.microcomputermuseum.com
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    Schematic for 26-1429 Radio Shack Automatic Power Strip

    Pete Higgin’s of Moreno Valley, CA posted a schematic of the 26-1429 Radio Shack Automatic Power Strip.

    He offers a modification to use this the automatic power strip on a modern computer system.

    Of course the original design still works for the TRS-80 so you if you are looking for a retro-project “for your Model II, III, 4, 12 or 16B” you could build (or repair) this one as originally designed.

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