Computer Commodore VIC-20 made in 1980, will be used for dialogue through service of microblogs Twitter. Employees of a museum of the personal computer (PC Museum), located in the Canadian city of Brentford plan to communicate with other users of service on February, 20th, writes Gizmodo.
8-bit computer VIC-20Eight-bit computer VIC-20 is equipped by five kilobytes of operative memory, clock frequency of the processor of 1,02 megahertz. That, according to employees of a museum, approximately in 3 thousand times it is less, than at modern personal computers.
Dialogue in Twitter becomes real thanks to program TweetVER which has been written down on a cassette magnetic tape.