Saturday, February 17, 2007

C64 & C-One at Stanford University

Jeri Ellsworth tells about her early fascination with electronics and 8-bit computers setting the stage for her unique approach to learning. Not being challenged she forgoes higher education, to pursue a career in car-racing and chassis fabrication. Afterwards she opens a chain of computer stores, through which, contacts are made who became her mentors; consequently, she sells the businesses to peruse chip design. This leads to the designing of: The CommodoreOne - based upon the Commodore 64 - using reconfigurable logic and the C64 DTV 30- games-in-one joystick, selling, a quarter million units. Presently Jeri is employed by three companies making educational toys, gaming toys and a reconfigurable processor array.

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