... That s a very good idea. BillMessage 1 of 12 , Sep 5, 2007View SourceAt 06:36 PM 9/5/2007 +0000, you wrote:
> Jim Scheef <jscheef@...> wrote:That's a very good idea.
> > Evan and all,
> > I have to agree that we don't need a special list for PCs. However,
>this begs the question of vintage versus collectible. I'm now looking
>for 286 and 386 laptops. Also for interesting high-end 386 machines
>like the monster ALR 386 I used in my last days at General Foods. I
>don't care if anyone thinks these are vintage, they are collectible,
>becoming rather rare, but hopefully are still cheap.
> > Jim
>Without a lot of discussion, I see some good, in supporting
>ANNOUNCMENTS OF INTEREST by members, as Jim has done. Then, anyone
>else who is interested, or who has such systems to offer, can search
>for such announcments and have PRIVATE discussions. It's a bit of
>courtesy to permit such posts, and it supports reuse of those
Sellam, A C64 is on it s way. The system was tested with diagnostics to verify operations. How many more do you need? Bill DegnanMessage 1 of 12 , Sep 9, 2007View SourceSellam,
A C64 is on it's way. The system was tested with diagnostics to verify
operations. How many more do you need?