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Welcome to Dave Brooks' homepage!

My involvement with computers goes back to the end of the 1960's, when I began by working on some of the last 2nd-generation machines (junction transistors and ferrite cores: not an integrated chip in the machine). Interest in home-built computers started about the same time, but didn't come to fruition for another decade or so. Around 1978, I built Simplex-III, an 8-bit CPU built from small-scale TTL chips.


Currently located in Spearwood, Western Australia

Interesting (?) Links...
Quan Yin Meditation Supreme Master Ching Hai
Supreme Master Television on-line
Global Warming (we may argue if humans caused it, but it is happening)
Vegetarian Resources in Perth
Freeware Free Stuff (downloads)
Dilemma The Net Censorship Dilemma
Golden Key The Golden Key Campaign
The Walsh Report: what the Australian Govt. didn't want you to read
HalfSafe Ben Carlin & Half-Safe Around the world by amphibious jeep
WorldTrek Orodruin Across Asia by Land Rover
WorldTrek-II S America Antarctica & S America
Iceberg Antarctic 2016 Antarctic revisited
Pagoda Vietnam 2016 Vietnam south-north 2016
P112 P112 board Z80182 CPU, runs CP/M in a 3" form factor
Now discontinued: hardware & software are now public domain.
Simplex-III Simplex-III Home-built TTL-based computer (& links to other homebuilt machines)
Igor-II Some other projects
PDP-12 Historical Computers
Keyboard Small-Scale Computing
CP/M Mirror of John Elliott's CP/M Archive
Tim Olmstead's Unofficial CP/M source archive
Bulb Nice Ideas
Blast Horrors! An exploding whale!
Landmine Landmines: a worldwide plague
Hunger Click to donate food (at no cost to you!)
Tibet In Memoriam Tibet: Invaded, raped & destroyed by Red China
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Email. Unfortunately, this site appears to have been hit by spam-harvesters, so I have removed references to my email address. You can deduce it from this page's URL, which contains my ISP's address, and my username. (Hint: if the word members appears, remove it.)

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