Thanks for sharing
At 08:51 PM 3/29/2011, you wrote:
>Here's the front right corner of our homebrew exhibit:
>Everyone on the top shelves is in clear plastic holders, safely away
>from pawing hands.
>Top shelf, left to right: PCC #1, Byte #1, Creative Computing #1, DDJ
>#1, Interface Age Vol. #1 book (we'll replace with issue #1 soon enough;
>pretty sure it's in the Jamesburg rescue), Kilobaud #1, and Vol. #1 Byte
>book / Vols. #1/#2 CC book.
>Bottom shelf, left to right: Heathkit 3400 trainer (and now the manual
>too, thanks to Jeff J.), Motorola 6800 kit in shrink wrap, SYM kit with
>original box, RCA Cosmac VIP kit with original box, RCA Microtutor 1800
>kit with original box, modern (1997) Intel chip kit.
>Table: Restored ASR-33, TV Typewriter Cookbook + original Popular
>Electronics "Build your own TV Typewriter" issue, restored actual TV
>Typewriter (version 2).
>InfoAge has some 45-degree corner tables in storage, so I might use one
>of them for the TVT + literature, and move the '33 somewhere else. I
>hate when things aren't symmetrical. We can't just put a square table
>under the Intel kit because that would interfere with the door.
>Anyway .... this is our first "culture"-centric exhibit, and I think
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