5011Re: [midatlanticretro] Wha's our cut-off age for "retro"?
- Feb 24, 2007Bob Applegate wrote:
> Sorry, no PS/2s.I also have a few non-IBM VGA monitors, including an old Gateway, but what
> Yes, I have 2 or 3 no-name VGA monitors, but do you mean EGA? I think
> we posted
> one of the old 14" VGAs onto a freecycle list this morning. Once I get
> a small LCD
> for the servers, then another CRT will be available.
I would like are some IBM monitors that would be more historically
appropriate for the PS/2 machines. I keep meaning to check with my local
electronic recycling center to see if they have any IBM monitors or maybe
even a PS/2 machine. People are junking this stuff every day and it was
built to last unlike the planned-obsolescent stuff they make in China
>In Austin or when it was in Boca? I only know a few of the people from Austin.
> BTW, I know a lot of guys who worked on OS/2, and I interviewed with
> that group at
> one point.
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