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Monthly TI 99 Meetings in Vienna, Austria

Posted on March 8, 2016 at 2:40 PM Comments comments (3)

We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of every month.

Start time: 7p.m.

Location: Napoleon (pub)
Kagraner Platz 33, 1220 Vienna
Table reservation name: Texas Instruments
www.napoleon.at

Please announce your coming to:
Klaus Lukaschek
Tel: +43 676 39 00 448
[email protected]

TI-99 Austrian Club Interview @ Podcast

Posted on December 10, 2011 at 5:30 PM Comments comments (0)



During the retro faire, that happened on the 3rd of decembre in Vienna, Klaus Lukaschek got interviewed from Horst Jens to talk about the TI-99 club: Podcast Biertaucher

Besides making the podcast Horst Jens offers courses for kids, ...

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The TI-99/4A Home Computer in my Classroom

Posted on February 4, 2011 at 3:44 AM Comments comments (2)

by Dave Howell, Computer Users of Erie, PA

 


Dave Howell and his wife

 

I guess my career of teaching computer literacy using the venerable TI-99/4A Home Computer began in 1977. Actually the TI-99/4A didn't come on the market until 1982 but I had been gettin...

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The Erie 99'ers User Group

Posted on February 3, 2011 at 11:15 AM Comments comments (1)

by Dave Howell, Computer Users of Erie, PA


Figure 1

 

In 1982, a local discount house, known as Dahlkemper's at the time, recognized the need to support the use of the TI-99/...

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Austrian Prices from the 80's

Posted on December 15, 2010 at 1:49 PM Comments comments (1)

I asked my father to look in his archives/records about at what time he actually bought the TI-99/4A console and the cartridges and how much they did cost back then in Austria.

 

He bought the basic console in Novemer of 1983 with one command module. He bought another command module in February 1984. In March 1983 he bought a tape recorder from ASAHI, a TI computer book, Extended Basic and several modules.

 

His records sadly miss the names of the cartridges ...

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