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the San Jose Mercury News that SuperHappyDevHouse was trying to "recapture the spirit of the Homebrew Computer Club" cool!

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One of the reasons I moved out to the Bay Area in 2002 (from Texas of all places) was to somehow capture the ethos of what I had heard about with the Homebrew Computer Club. I've always been a big fan of the SHDH (and started something called coworking to create a similar collaborative environment), so I really enjoyed this post by one of the founders of the Homebrew Computer Club talking about how SHDH does and doesn't compare to the original. Thanks!

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Brian Hayes

NASCAR reaches millions with narrative such as "4 laps, 10 seconds.... Plenty of time."

(what is the relevance of this point?- LF)

There was a similar lede unwritten in the $297 computer kit. What was it?

(If you mean the Altair 8800, they did very little advertising at the outset. You can check issues of old computer magazines [Byte, Kilobyte/Kilobaud, ROM] for ads. However, if the lede was "unwritten" then how would anyone know it? LF)

During the Homebrew era, 100s than 1,000s were certain their curiosity and effort had purpose.

(If you mean "then" for "than" you are quire correct. If, however, you are saying that the number was below 1000, I disagree. In 1978 the mailing list for Homebrew was 3000 names long. LF)

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About Lee Felsenstein

  • Based in Silicon Valley, Lee currently does electronic product development, due diligence, expert witness assistance as well as speaking engagements and participation in conferences such as the O'Reilly Emerging Technology conferences. The most unusual places he has spoken were at the Waag in Amsterdam and a squat in Milan, Italy. He was named the 2007 "Editor's Choice" in the Awards for Creative Excellance made by EE Times magazine. He holds 12 patents to date.