Using “Becker port” on VCC 1.43 (Color Computer emulator) through “PyDriveWire” running “DWTERM” to TELNET to an Apple 2 BBS on Nov 30, 2012. Stuff I’d have done on my Tandy Color Computer 2 if I could have. I didn’t get a modem until I got my first PC compatible (Tandy 1000 TL). I could’ve gotten one for the Coco (referred to as “Home computers” on Wikipedia. “PyDriveWire” does what DOSBox does too: turns TELNET into a virtual MODEM and allows you to greatly expand old systems, real or emulated with greater capacities. I can only type in UPPERCASE and the keyboard typing isn’t perfect, but it wasn’t perfect then either. It’s accurate fantasy realized.

Using “Becker port” on VCC 1.43 (Color Computer emulator) through “PyDriveWire” running “DWTERM” to TELNET to an Apple 2 BBS on Nov 30, 2012.
 
Stuff I’d have done on my Tandy Color Computer 2 if I could have. I didn’t get a modem until I got my first PC compatible (Tandy 1000 TL). I could’ve gotten one for the Coco (referred to as “Home computers” on Wikipedia. “PyDriveWire” does what DOSBox does too: turns TELNET into a virtual MODEM and allows you to greatly expand old systems, real or emulated with greater capacities.
 
I can only type in UPPERCASE and the keyboard typing isn’t perfect, but it wasn’t perfect then either. It’s accurate fantasy realized.

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