Any others given up on the hobby?

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Re: Any others given up on the hobby?

Postby ole smoky2 » 2019-11-24 @ 00:22

I am 66 years old and have always messed around with computers. Over the years I saved a lot of stuff as I upgraded my family computers. It was only in the last few years that I found an interest and found the time for retro systems. I am very happy that I stashed a lot of this old stuff in my attic over the years. My advice is save your stuff if you can cause you never know what your future interests may be.
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Re: Any others given up on the hobby?

Postby JonathonWyble » 2019-11-24 @ 21:27

Intel486dx33 wrote:This stuff keeps your mind busy.

Yeah, seeing that people are doing the things I might like is the thing that keeps me motivated in terms of being active in a community related to it.

Despite the fact that I haven't been here much this month, I still do like to take the time to pop in and see how things are doing here :wink:
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Re: Any others given up on the hobby?

Postby King_Corduroy » 2019-12-03 @ 07:32

Intel486dx33 wrote:This stuff keeps your mind busy.


Is that a good thing? Maybe it would be better to be bored more often, to read, to think, to walk or talk or just to sit and watch the sky for a little bit. I dunno, I found more often than not that my good days were ones I spent away from my electronics (aka my addiction).
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