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To most, it’s an antique computer. But to Dawn Bardot, the Commodore 64 brings back special childhood memories.
“I would write and play programs,” she recalls. “While other kids were making flashcards, I was programming spelling words into the system and testing myself.”
These were the days of 8-bit home computers, BASIC operating systems, and using old television sets as computer monitors.
“Those are good memories,” laughs Dawn. “But I could tell from a young age that I liked to create.”