RE: [midatlanticretro] What will you exhibit at VCF East 3.0 ?
- I know there is a "per table" charge. Wouldn't make sense any other way. Depending on price, the exhibit may include just a few samples and pictures of the remaining items. However, it would look much nicer with representatvies of all types. Mabe for the 16HD, 6000, 6000HD there would be just one computer since they are virtually identical in looks and capabilities.-----Original Message-----
From: Evan [mailto:evan947@...]
Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2005 8:46 PM
Subject: RE: [midatlanticretro] What will you exhibit at VCF East 3.0 ?Umm, please keep in mind that everyone (even MARCH members) will have to pay for exhibit tables. The price isn't yet determined but I promise it will be something reasonable. When we (club board) figure out those kinds of details in the springtime, we'll try to work in a discount for existing members.> -----Original Message-----
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Kelly Leavitt
Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2005 8:32 PM
Subject: RE: [midatlanticretro] What will you exhibit at VCF East 3.0 ?
> From: ysgdhio [mailto:ysgdhio@...]
> Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2005 11:43 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [midatlanticretro] What will you exhibit at VCF East 3.0 ?
> I realize that May 13, 2006 is still 5 months away, but I'm starting
> to think about what I might exhibit at Vintage Computer Fest East. I
> see that Bill S. will be bringing a carload of Ohio Scientific
> machines. Who else is coming and what are you going to display?
I intend to exhibit the "Tandy Timeline" with most pre PC clone computers
represented, if not actually working yet.
Color Computer ?
Color Computer 2 ?
Color Computer 3 ?
Micro Color Computer (MC-10) ?
Model II *
Model III *
Model 4 *
Model 4P *
Model 12 *
Model 16 -
Model 16HD *
Model 100 *
Model 102 *
Model 200 *
Model 1000HX * (all in one clone with DOS in ROM)
Model 1000SX * (to show where it started going wrong)
Model 2000 -
Model 6000 (and DT-1 terminal) *
* -> known working models
? -> untested as of today
- -> known to not function
TRS-80 (the original)
Man, I'm gonna need a few tables. My intent is to line them up on the tables
in date order, if I can reserve enough tables. I'll have to measure soon and
figure out how many linear feet and how many TV sets to bring.
- I agree that I hardly ever agree with anyone's opinion on this subject.
Sorry I can't make it this weekend.
At 01:16 PM 12/9/2005 +0000, you wrote:
>I'd like to debate how many angels dance on the head of a pin. I say 10.
>I mean no disrespect to anyone in MARCH, or your opinions which are valid
>everyone but Evan's) **just kidding** ;).
>But everyone seems to begin by agreeing that "Vintage" can't be defined,
>and then proceed
>to try to define it. It just reminds me of the Monty Python skit where the
>guy goes in to the
>business that is selling arguments.
>None of us are going to give our opinion, and afterwords the rest will say
>- "Aha! You are
>right, THAT is what vintage is!" It all just hovers too close to being an
>argument, instead of
>love you all,
>--- In email@example.com, "Evan" <evan947@y...> wrote:
> > Your collection of "incompatibles", as I understand it, focuses on 8088,
> > 8086, maybe some 80286 ... when I write about how "PCs" aren't part of our
> > mission, I'm * not * talking about pre-286 ... I'm just talking about
> > run-of-the-mill beige-box PCs. Maybe the real thread should be "what's a
> > PC?" :)
> > >>> bogus newsletter
> > Bogus? Feel free to elaborate because I don't know what you are talking
> > about.
> > >>> who made... YOU an authority???
> > Hey, I'm just trying to lead a club here. We're not censoring what people
> > collect in their own time. Just saying that modern-era stuff (for example,
> > anything that runs Windows 3.x or newer) is (quite bluntly) uninteresting,
> > unrelated, and unwelcome.
> > _____
> > From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Chris M
> > Sent: Thursday, December 08, 2005 8:42 PM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: RE: [midatlanticretro] The 'what's vintage' thread
> > --- Evan <evan947@y...> wrote:
> > > >>>> Heretofore I've seen no good reasons except
> > > that PC's along the years
> > > have
> > > become a commodity, sit on top of a desk LOL, all
> > > run Windoze software, etc.
> > >
> > > Yup. And that they're just too freaking new and
> > > boring. Anyone can collect
> > > whatever they darn well please, but that doesn't
> > > make the collections
> > > appropriate for MARCH.
> > Lovely language. PC's are as old as C64's, many
> > Ataris, etc. Now we're back to age based criteria???
> > What's the criteria for boring??? High-res graphics? A
> > plethora of software in general, and languages to
> > program in specifically? And who made MARCH, rather
> > YOU an authority??? Just because you started a club,
> > or put out this bogus newsletter lol, does not make
> > you an authority on anything. And it amazes me how
> > people think an item becomes INTERESTING simply when
> > you attach a handle to it - like the 5155 that was
> > appropriated for the museum the last time I checked.
> > > >>>> or is it a reflection of the opinion of others?
> > >
> > > That's just insulting.
> > You never gave ANY acceptable reasons, tried to drum
> > up new schemes for validating elements of your
> > collection, while invalidating others. And you were
> > never even consistent. You even went as far as to tell
> > me you WANTED me to have an exhibit of
> > IBM-incompatibles. And you have to come back with the
> > post on Monday. What's someone to conclude? You've
> > been working real hard to weed out PC's and such.
> > What's the reason? Don't come back with too new or
> > boring either. They *were* business machines largely
> > aimed at a business environment. If we're going to
> > apply that criteria, many other things would also fall
> > by the wayside.
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