> From: john_apw [mailto:infomagic@...]
> Sent: Sunday, August 21, 2005 1:09 AM
> Sorry I couldn't be with you at the opening last weekend; I was on my
> round trip to Maine to bring my daughter home from camp.
> I appreciate the messages and photos decribing the event, and I look
> forward to being involved in the next. Please let me know what help
> is needed, and (given no conflict with family scheduling), I will be
> happy to be involved.
Hope to associate a face with the name some time soon.
> Kelly, in a prior message when I stated that I collect TRS-80's, you
> replied something to the effect of "Oh, we're competitors". I just
> wanted to let you know that I prefer cooperation in this area, and
> would be happy to share resources, where possible.
As Evan said... I was just having a bit of fun. I already have quite a Tandy
collection. I need the CoCos, MC-10 and Model I to complete the pre PC line.
I have all kinds of bits, books, and tricks to trade for these. For
instance, I'd gladly trade a model 12 for a model 1 and a CoCo, or even
trade for a 2000. I don't know much about the CoCo, Model I, or MC-10. Most
of my knowledge is in the 16/6000 line.
Here is a list of what I have:
II, III, 4, 4p, 12, 16b, 6000, 100, 102, 200, 1000sx
16, 600, DT-1
Model I, CoCo, CoCo2, CoCo3, 2000, DT-100, DT-200
> By the way, in your photo of "Tandy machines", isn't that a NEC
> MultiSynch laptop with 10MB hard drive? Just checking...
> (I used to have the dual floppy version.) <g>
> -John M.
You'd have to ask John S. They're his machines, but I think they're all HP