My god. It's full of stars...
That glamour shot is GORGEOUS. That's pure Amiga 1000 porn. LOVE
Yes, I thought she deserved to be seen in her best light.
@primitivefuntion, I posted your pic on Twitter
and it's safe to say it was very well received. The lighting and object placements are just so good.
Thanks for that. Just checking out your twitter stream now - even more AmigaLove goodness! Congrats on the presentation BTW - can’t wait to see the vid for that.
intric8 wrote:@primitivefunction and yes, there are indeed several variations of tanks. I've run across at least three different internals. And that's not including the "imposter" tank that was intended for 8-bit Commodores the 1351. At least that mouse has a different plug so you can spot it.
Yes, i knew there were different revisions of the regular tanks, but I didn’t realise there were differences even between A1000 tanks. At least its good to know the C= engineers were constantly improving on their designs. I picked up an A3000 ‘pregnant’ mouse not long ago which is another interesting one - it feels very small in the hand and takes a bit of getting used to but I think I’m liking it.
A10001986 wrote:You can restore the keyboard cable to its original condition (just the shape, not the color, of course) by tightly wrapping it around the handle of a wooden spoon (whose handle has a suitable diameter; I fixed the cable ends with tape) and putting into an oven for no more than 20 mins at 70 deg C / 150 deg F. Important: Leave if on the spoon until it has cooled down completely! Removing it too early means doing it again...
Brilliant tip. I’m going to have to try that!
I tend to feel the slightly brownish colour is how it came out the factory, being that the colour is consistent end to end. Would have thought UV exposure would only affect certain parts of the cord, but who knows!