4667Re: [midatlanticretro] Top 10 List of Mid-Atlantic CompSci Vendors(was) Syntrex Aquarius II
- Dec 6, 2006Evan Koblentz wrote:
> No top 10 list needed. We'll just use common sense (i.e., have we heard ofOh, so we should be thinking about the TCF then? ;)
> them, or were they a little outfit?) and exhibit space will be an issue as
> @ VCF -- low priority right now.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: B. Degnan [mailto:billdeg@...]
> Sent: Tuesday, December 05, 2006 10:59 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [midatlanticretro] Top 10 List of Mid-Atlantic CompSci Vendors(was)
> Syntrex Aquarius II
> At 09:18 PM 12/5/2006 -0500, you wrote:
>> It's interesting to MARCH because of its local angle, certainly not
>> because of its technology. I'd rather see us take it than not. Bill,
>> if we have to buy it, then cc: me and Jim privately.
> New Topic:
> Does anyone have a opinion/list of the key 1950's-->1980's vendors of
> computer hardware and/or software who operated their headquarters in the mid
> atlantic region during that time? What are the top 10 or 15 that we should
> be concentrating on? Is there a criteria for defining qualifying vendors
> aside from their operation/manufacturing location? Should our MARCH booth at
> the yearly VCF's focus on one vendor at a time or vote on the vendor of the
> year, etc. ?
> P.S. I just picked up on Ebay a really cool 6502-based computer that has a
> custom(?) Exatron stringy floppy drive peripheral. Merry Christmas to me.
> I'll write more about it when I get it. May the gods of packing material
> bless this package.
> ¿ß¡¶ Dë¢ñ@ñ?
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