Re: [midatlanticretro] VCF advertising ideas?
- Jeffrey Brace wrote:Maybe Fort Monmouth ? They have a lot of people working there that used vintage computers (and maybe still do).
I thought you have a list already.
Hve you posted at the regular places online(I'm sure I missed some)
IGN Retro retro.ign.com
Apple II central a2central.com
Vintage-computer.com forum (I see you already did this one)
Vintagecomputing.com forum www.vintagecomputing.com/forum/ (yes, this is another place)
Stockly.com forums www.stockly.com/forums
Atariage.com forums www.atariage.com/forums/
6502.org forum, forum.6502.org
N8VEM groups, groups.google.com/group/n8vem
Amiga forum, eab.abime.net
Heathkit group, groups.google.com/group/sebhc
PETASCII forums jledger.proboards.com
Anima Ex Machina www.mathrix.org/liquid/
Electronics forum www.edaboard.com
New Jersey forums www.nj.com/forums/
Electronic Music www.electro-music.com
Hack a Day hackaday.com
EurekAlert www.eurekalert.org --Science blog
eScience News esciencenews.com
- Dan Roganti wrote:
> Sometimes their server is slow but it has everything.Sorry Dan, but it's not an exhaustive list.
Clubs need to request to be on it.
I noticed right away it was missing the club I belong to
(which is okay because I've already sent them the VCF info).