36455Re: [midatlanticretro] HOPE
- Jun 10, 2014On 6/9/2014 4:21 PM, Evan Koblentz evan@... [midatlanticretro] wrote:
> Does anyone read this list anymore? :)Evan, to answer your first paragraph's question: This list is too long
> MARCH's demo will be an Apple timeline, sans the Lisa 1, which we don't
> have and we can't find anyone who has one to bring.
> ....Unless someone comes up with a better theme in the next day or
> two.... we can't just have a general "vintage computing" exhibit at this
> show; gotta come up with something coherent. I asked around a week or
> two ago, and nobody replied. :(
> But .... we're also going to have a side table for Emmanuel Goldstein's
> S-100 system, which 2600 asked us to take home and restore for them.
to read and human-remember everything. I counted eighty-three messages
for June 9th (mostly on blue boxes). There's certainly several a day
minimum. I don't archive (many) MARCH messages on my local computer,
that's Yahoo's job.
Your third paragraph on "S-100 system...2600... which we just restored"
caught my eye. I have a small interest in S-100. I think I saw something
about a 2600 system to be restored, but not that it was S-100. I just
went on Yahoo's Web site for MARCH's messages, and multiple searches
only show one message that describes Goldstein plus 2600 plus "S-100" -
your message today. Alternative searches were not productive.
Do you have more information on the Goldstein/S-100 system, somewhere,
some message I should read? Presumably your side-table will have some
description displayed. Since you say "restore for them", I assume the
S-100 system will be returned to 2600 - or will MARCH/Infoage retain and
show it? My "apologies" if you posted a message on this, but I did a
good-faith effort to "read this list" for it.
Herbert R. Johnson
http://www.retrotechnology.com OR .net
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