- Bill, I plan on being at Infoage Sunday. Thanks ! Jeff Brace ... From: B Degnan To:Message 1 of 4 , May 18, 2011View SourceBill,I plan on being at Infoage Sunday.Thanks !Jeff Brace----- Original Message -----From: B DegnanSent: Wednesday, May 18, 2011 10:13 AMSubject: Re: [midatlanticretro] Good Job Everyone!
Stop by InfoAge asap. I left a copy of Commodore Superbase II and Superwrite II (for the B Series computer). They were on the same table as the 6502 homebrew / JOLT monitor box and the SDK 8086 board donated by Rolf Levenbach. Please contact me when you get these. I assume Evan knows about where they are, somewhere in the museum rooms I hope. They were unopened, so they'll be safe.
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Sent: Monday, May 16, 2011 10:58 AM
Subject: [midatlanticretro] Good Job Everyone!
Infoage is coming along nicely. Not only has the Vintage computer area expanded, and looks great, but the other sections are opening up as well, such as the electronic warfare display opposite the computers, as well as the military vehicles area.
VCF was a blast, Andy, thanks for the stuff; but my personal favorite moment wasn't even scheduled: it was when Bil Herd brought out his Commodore 128 prototype (and signed Justin's C=128).
And yes, it isn't a "real" VCF unless someone's computer goes 'poof'. I'm thinking maybe we can schedule those with a little black powder? I can even speak with a chemist to determine what additives are required for actual blue smoke... ;-)
*** Bil Herd was there ? Iâ?Tm sorry I missed meeting him. Sounds like a lot of fun. Wish I was there Hopefully next year there wonâ?Tt be a schedule conflict with VCF and my workâ?Ts annual tournament.
*** Jeff3 Brace