On this page I have tried to reconstruct the website of Lee Davison, the last version was on mycorner.no-ip.org.
This reconstruction and interpretation is based upon my last capture of January 2009.
EHBASIC versions are the latest, as they were saved in multiple locations on the web.
Layout and adaptions/corrections/enhancements are mine, to keep it relevant and inline with intentions of this website.
This version contains only the 6502 pages.
Enjoy and remember a gifted and nice person, Lee Davison!
6502 based projects.
By Lee Davison.
During many years I have communicated with Lee Davison, an engineer from Wales. Known for EHBASIC (6502 and 68000 version) and a wide interest in 6502 hardware and software.
Lee passed away at age 49, 27th of September 2013. These are the messages on the internet about him:
At http://www.bmdsonline.co.uk/north-wales-weekly-news/obituary/davison-lee-on/31656412 :
DAVISON – LEE. On the 27th September 2013 Lee passed away peacefully at home in Ludlow, at the age of 49. He leaves a loving daughter Zoe, parents Edna and Ian, also brothers Colin and Roger. There will be a cremation at 11 o’clock, 17th October at Mochdre. Family flowers only but donations in lieu will be given to the MS Society.
At BBCeng.info Recollections of BBC engineering from 1922 to 1997 :
27 Sep 2013 Lee Davison, a transmitter engineer who worked at Woofferton. Dave Porter noted that “If we ever needed a digital/logic circuit he was the font of all such knowledge”.
His website was quite impressive. But alas lost. Over the years I did download some contents, in 2007 and 2009 I made a complete dump. Of course many items entered after 2009 are now lost, archive.org shows the pages but not the images and files.
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