Re: movies...Re: [midatlanticretro] Official RSVP communique
- Dan Roganti wrote:
>>>>> stack of nerdy movies!I'm familiar with that movie, and I agree that it's definitely worth a
>> A year or two ago, I urged Bryan to get the movie "Desk Set" which is a
>> classic involving some Big Iron .... But we wound up watching Office Space
> There's one movie I would recommend, it's still nerdy if you like
> watching PDP minicomputers in action. The movie is a light hearted
> documentary called 'Dish' dating back to the Apollo moon landing(next
> year is the 40th anniv) It focuses on the Parkes Radio Telescope in
> Australia which was used to relay the video broadcast from the moon
> landing. The story pays alot of attention to how they operated the
> equipment during that time. This is one movie where the attention to
> detail on the computer equipment and the rest of the observatory was
> very good. It also happened to make the small town become famous as a
- Whoops, I guess I should RSVP.
I will be there around noon, plus or minus an insignificant epsilon.
Will there be some sort of MP3 playing device?
I've got some interesting MP3 files.
I've also got the two most recent episodes of "The IT Crowd" as AVI files
if we'll have any way to project those.
I'm bringing stuff for various people (you know who you are)
and some trinkets for possible trade.
I'm happy to have any unwanted Gameboy (original!) carts.
And as a point of information, I've still got a complete Amiga 2000HD
setup for sale:
See you tomorrow,