@HappyWizard I was actively collecting them back then. That is probably 1/4 to 1/3 of the total collection. I was getting them from Nancy from http://nancybuttons.com at various conferences where she had a booth set up. Haven't seen her in many years though. Many of the buttons were lifted from usenet and fidonet as far as I could tell. Great stuff though. I've got all of those buttons somewhere in boxes.
@murph I've always been curious to know if there were any old Video Toaster setups still working out there. It was really revolutionary at the time, making video production and editing tools widely available and cheap.
I remember back then, #MST3K did all sorts of cool gags and effex with a Video Toaster.
@flugennock I'll bet there are a few systems still at work out there. That along with the retro computing crowd. I didn't have a toaster, I just liked the Amiga for my general computing.
@Yop If I recall correctly, it was a (maybe) Commodore monitor, but it was composite only, so I was using it as a TV (with a VCR as the tuner)
After searching a bit, maybe it's a 1703 variant?
The two CRTs, including the NEC Multisync on top of the 2000, I no longer have.
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