Keatah Posted October 25, 2017 Share Posted October 25, 2017 I feel that by eliminating a lot of duplications and spares from my Apple II stash I'll enjoy it even more. That and getting rid of a lot of extraneous ebay accumulations. The only duplications I think I'm interested in keeping are tiny parts, screws, fittings, some mechanical parts.. It is a mental burden unless you stop thinking about it entirely. And then what's the fun in that? I'm thinking I may not need duplicate consoles now. Because they don't see much usage and are not likely to wear out. Most of the important stuff I currently want to do can be done in AppleWin, Copy II+, and Ciderpress, through emulation.. A few physical consoles could serve as genuine sentimental items, placeholders, for when I want to look back fondly on the old times. Or the occasional need to test something on real hardware. --- With digital hoarding, think mirroring the Asimov site + my own 4,000 disks, all of it can be contained in a mouse-sized box. And when you're done playing with it, you CAN forget about it. Need more space? Make a new folder, fresh workspace! And you can instantly come back at any time. No mess. No fuss. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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