transputers again was: The demise of Commodore

transputers again was: The demise of Commodore

Post by stanb4 » Sat, 04 Mar 2006 04:20:03



Very interesting...thanks!
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transputers again was: The demise of Commodore

Post by zigg » Mon, 06 Mar 2006 09:51:17

In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,





How about adding a wireless connection to the 'communications bus' so
that everyone in the area becomes an automatic node, with all the
overhead absorbed by the 'glue'.

 
 
 

transputers again was: The demise of Commodore

Post by Rupert Pig » Sun, 26 Mar 2006 00:07:22


How about not ?

You didn't have to hang transputers off the end of those
links, you could hang peripherals off them too. ;)

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transputers again was: The demise of Commodore

Post by Brian Ingl » Sun, 26 Mar 2006 04:51:47

ffOn 24 Mar 2006 07:07:22 -0800 in alt.folklore.computers, "Rupert







I take it you're not a fan of BlueTooth's automatic wireless virus
distribution then? I suspect if mobile phones with BlueTooth start
using MS Windows OS, they'll quickly disappear from both the network
and the market!

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transputers again was: The demise of Commodore

Post by abus » Sun, 26 Mar 2006 05:39:04


[...]

Such beasts already exist and have been on the market for a few years now.
The O2 XDA, for example.

I'm quite surprised there hasn't been a virus outbreak yet. Perhaps there
just isn't critical mass yet.

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