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I guess this is for when you need just 2 more words of memory ... (that's without ECC or a parity bit)

Arduino Gets Core Memory Shield.

Fully open design, so you can download the pcb drawing, parts list, etc. Core Memory Shield
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Wow. I can be fairly nostalgic about old computer hardware, in fact cut my teeth on machines with core memory, but I sure wouldn't go that far. Still, I'm glad to see that someone is!
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I did my first real programming on an IBM 360. Punched cards too.
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Nice!

For what it is worth, I like to name my computer's hard drive "Core Memory".  It is interesting to see how many people notice when I give presentations / send screenshots.
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For what it is worth, I like to name my computer's hard drive "Core Memory".  It is interesting to see how many people notice when I give presentations / send screenshots.

Bahaha. I may have to borrow that if you don't mind!
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