Last night I was checking my personal (long) to-do list, specifically my retrocomputing to-do list, and one of the tasks included was to get some information about a modern 8-bit computer called Agon Light 2. Maybe you already know about it. So I checked this YT video and learned more. It was fun watching it and when I saw that this cool board computer features a port (from 6502 to Z80) of the BBC Basic, I instinctively thought about the implementation of the BBC BASIC language. I did learn in the recent past about all the great features and powerful functions of this version of BASIC in the Acorn computers of the 80s, but the implementation of the language for this particular computer is simply astounding. At least so it seems, watching the video and perusing the official website contents. The computer itself features a very unique hardware specifications and it's probably the fastest ever built. The aim of the designer is that the architecture should be "open" and fully available to user's modifications, both in OS and software apps. Here's the official web page, if you'd like to get deeper into it: https://www.thebyteattic.com/p/agon.html I know, time is always an uncontrollable variable and there are so many things to look at in the retrocomputing world, but I thought that this board was worth mentioning.