Welcome to C/PMuseum!
My name is Corey, and I am the curator of Corey's Personal Museum (sometimes
as my personal junk collection.) I set up this website primarily as a way
for me to personally index and catalog the various systems and peripherals in my collection,
as well as share some photos and info with other vintage computer aficionados.
As this is not a commercial site, and is maintained entirely
by me, it is fairly crude, although it will always be a work in progress,
are coming soon
Please note that most of the items in this collection are here because of some personal
affinity - for example, I have at some point in my career either programmed or repaired
most of the systems in this collection. So my intention is in no
way to collect a "complete" history of microcomputing, only the portions relevant
to my personal history. (Hence the name of the museum :-) Also I'm not claiming or
specifying any values for the systems in this collection - while there are a few
systems in this collection that might with luck
fetch a thousand dollars at auction, there's not a single item in the collection
nearly as valuable as a good plasma TV, and the entire lot wouldn't
buy a new car. The value
of the collection to me is in the memories it brings back, and in the stress relief
restoring these old machines brings to my otherwise busy life.
Also note that this site in no way strives for completeness in terms of information
presented, web sites like vintage-computer.com
already contain much more
comprehensive information and statistics on these old systems than I could ever compile
myself, and I rely heavily on those sites for what info I do have. This site also does not provide
discussion forums or message boards, there are already popular discussion groups for virtually all these systems, such as the Apple-1 message boards at applefritter.com
and general "classic" computer discussion forums at classiccmp.org
many many more people read those boards than will likely ever visit this site,
I recommend those forums for discussion instead. If you wish to contact me
privately you may do so by emailing "Curator" at this domain, however I won't guarantee
the timliness of any response, as I am a very busy C.T.O. of two different companies
by day (and typically night).
All that said, positive coments are always welcome, and I hope you enjoy your visit to my little museum!