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I do not even know where to start. I love computers, and have ever since owning my very own 8088 XT. Experimented with Linux at age 12 on a Cyrix. Had several Apple IIGS machines. At age 12 I managed a appletalk network at my elementary school. Bought my first mac in college (5 years ago) and own around 6 of them (maybe more). C610,Q660AV,6100,1400cs,2400c,3400c and a Macintosh Portable.

I absolutely adore the 68k processor, even if it is slow by todays standards.

A couple of years ago I bought a A4000D. I'm saving money up to buy a Scan Converter so I can use a VGA monitor.

By the way I'm 24 and work as a programmer for HP. I started with BASIC in grade school, moving to PHP/C/C++ and now Java. I would like to help in any way I can to ensure the survival of debian-68k.


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