Re: [midatlanticretro] WOWZAS!!!!
- On Tue, Mar 29, 2011 at 2:36 PM, Dan Roganti <ragooman@...> wrote:
>That's an incredible find. I've been trying to collect them for years
> On Tuesday, March 29, 2011, Evan Koblentz <evan@...> wrote:
> > Andy doesn't like it when I curse on-list, but sometimes there is just no other word to best describe how I feel right now ... So let me get this out of my system ... Oh my fucking god!!!!
> > Found @ Jamesburg rescue site: the first year of People's Computer Company newsletters.
> Awesome, can't wait to see them too.
> Now just get them covered in sleeves, hopefully they're still in good
> condition, you don't want anymore fingerprints marking the papers.
> ~http://www.rogtronics.net <http://www.rogtronic.net>
and the earliest issue I have starts with vol. 6 (1977) when the title
was shortened to People's Computers. It changed to Recreational
Computing by vol. 8, and I think it died out sometime during vol. 9. I
have one or two duplicate issues that I'll try to remember to bring
for the museum's collection if you want them.
>>> Found @ Jamesburg rescue site: the first year of People's Computer Company newsletters.Thank you Andy M. #2 .... I'll make a list of which ones we have and see
> I have one or two duplicate issues that I'll try to remember to bring for the museum's collection if you want them.
if we're missing any.