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  • Degnan
    Nov 15, 2005
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      good luck on the 2000.
      Bill

      At Tuesday, 15 November 2005, you wrote:

      >That's great to know Bob, and a very cordial gesture.
      >I look forward to attempting something groovy this
      >winter. Now it doesn't have to be a home brewed
      >computer (though I aim to try!). I just received a
      >shipment of Tandy 2000 stuff, and I'm said to say it's
      >something of a disappointment. So at this point I have
      >a veritable mountain of stuph to get up and running.
      >That in itself is groovy enough for me and worthy of
      >my attention. I'll keep your addy on "speed dial" Bob.
      >I'm boung to be needing something...
      >
      >--- Bob Applegate <bob@...> wrote:
      >
      >> BTW, when people are building things and need parts,
      >> please post a note
      >> to this list. I don't have any 68000s, but I do
      >> have lots of other 70s/80s
      >> components, such as 6502 family stuff, 6809s, LOTS
      >> of static RAMs
      >> and EPROMs, 7400-series chips, etc. I'm sure others
      >> have their own
      >> collections of forgotten parts that would love to be
      >> in somebody's latest
      >> creation.
      >>
      >> Co-workers know I've been collecting parts, so when
      >> they're cleaning out
      >> their basements, they give boxes (sometimes shopping
      >> bags) of stuff
      >> to me for salvage. More and more, I'm looking at
      >> going to CPLDs instead
      >> of 74xx, so some of these parts might never get used
      >> again.
      >>
      >> I'd much rather get the parts to someone who'll use
      >> them, instead of them
      >> being tossed in the trash some day!
      >>
      >> Bob
      >>
      >> ----- Original Message -----
      >> From: Chris M
      >> To: midatlanticretro@yahoogroups.com
      >> Sent: Tuesday, November 15, 2005 11:54 AM
      >> Subject: [midatlanticretro] re:???
      >>
      >>
      >> I sent this to Bob, thinking I sent it to the
      >> whole
      >> group, thinking HE sent it to the whole group,
      >> when in
      >> fact he sent something to just me. Now I'm sending
      >> it
      >> to the whole group...I hope, because these days
      >> I'm
      >> not exactly sure where my stuph is going to end
      >> up.
      >> YAHAHAHAHA. Me got to be more careful these days.
      >> Stuph can wind up anywhere it seems.
      >>
      >> I've always been interested in constructing a mobo
      >> of
      >> some sort. Sometime this winter I'd like to build
      >> the
      >> RE Robot brain board (80188 based) from old issues
      >> of
      >> Radio Electronics. They supply the artwork and
      >> all,
      >> and luckily I have a 4' x 3' sheet of dual sided
      >> copper clad material on hand (NO the board doesn't
      >> need anywhere near that much material, but wo what
      >> a
      >> mobo that would be!). I don't think you quite have
      >> a
      >> peecee when you're done, but kinda close ;).
      >> There's currently a thread on cctech/talk about
      >> another series of articles from R.E. of the same
      >> era
      >> based on a 68000 mobo built using as much pc
      >> components as possible. Another interesting
      >> project
      >> ;).
      >>
      >>
      >>
      >>
      >>
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