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Old 13 June 2015, 02:38   #1
billy
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Join Date: Jun 2005
Location: US / A
Age: 42
Posts: 134
Will wonders never cease, well, yes at sometime they will.

Yes, I was born and grew up in Grand Rapids, MI USA, so I have to forward this post on to the good folks of EAB. It's too bad no one calls my BBS run from a Commodore 64 in 2015 ... probably because of the original 300 baud modem bought from the local mega-mart. Yes, I upgraded the modem to a USR V.Everything, but still nobody calls.

Dated: 2015-06-12
Commodore PC Still Controls Heat and A/C At 19 Michigan Public Schools

Posted by Soulskill on Friday June 12, 2015 @04:06PM
from the if-it-ain't-broke dept.


jmulvey writes: Think your SCADA systems are outdated? Environmental monitoring at 19 Grand Rapids Public Schools are still controlled by a Commodore Amiga. Programmed by a High School student in the 1980s, the system has been running 24/7 for decades. A replacement has been budgeted by the school system, estimated cost: Between $1.5 and 2 million. How much is your old Commodore Amiga worth?
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