I think you can get those info holders at any office store, like Staples or
--- Kelly Leavitt <kelly@...
> --- In email@example.com, evan <evan947@y...> wrote:
> > If you're looking to save time (and not confuse attendees), you
> > might consider foregoing the IBM, and just making an all-Tandy
> > display.
> I was hoping to use the IBM as a terminal to the Tandy. I can't run
> Scripsit on it, but I can do just about everything else. However,
> since I may only be coming for the first day (I'm still working out
> the timing) then I will probably leave it (the convertable) behind
> and use the Model 4 or the 200 as the terminal.
> I can't wait to meet the others. I have a bunch of stuff to swap, and
> hope to make some contacts there for passing on my "spares" at a
> later date. I'm not bringing a buch of swapping stuff due to the
> concearns of the TCF hosts. I don't want anyone thinking I'm there
> doing business. I know how touchy people can get at events like this.
> As and update, for those who know the old Tandy Xenix machines, this
> is what I have running:
> Xenix 3.2
> Xenix Development System 3.1.1
> filePro Plus 1.0 - database
> Scripsit - word processor
> Multiplan - spread sheet (yes, it's Microsoft)
> Games from the install disk - adventure and others
> MBasic - Microsofts multiuser basic for Xenix
> I almost have the Unify database running. I don't have the install
> media for this so I'm trying to patch it together from old backups.
> It's a gas trying to tar off from 8" disks. I'm suprised most of them
> still work.
> For the model 4 I was thinking of Dancing Demon, Scripsit, some
> terminal program, and one of the Scott Adams adventures. Any other
> suggestions for the Model 4?
> I don't have any software running on the 200 or the 102. Any
> suggestions? Maybe use this as a rudimetary terminal to the Xenix
> What about the 1000sx? Any interest in that, or should I just leave
> it behing.
> One more thing....
> Someone mentioned "lucite" information holders for a page about the
> display. Where can I get a couple for my display? I'd like one per
> machine if possible. What size are they?
Evan's personal homepage: www.snarc.net
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