Simple, I decided long ago to focus on the pre PC compatible Radio Shack
computers. These are the two major gaps. I have most publicly available
radio shack stuff, and have recently added one of their prototype MUX
The Tandy 10 was a rebadged ADDS computer built into a desk. It was the
second computer offered by Radio Shack. The VIS system was a very early
hypertext system that I found facinating. No one seems to remember the
Xenix based VIS package. I have some of the sample data here, but not
the server software.
> That's pretty concise. My only question is why?
> --- In email@example.com
<mailto:midatlanticretro%40yahoogroups.com> , "Kelly D. Leavitt"
>> >Wanted, dead or alive...
>>What are your most wanted lists???
>> One hardware, pure unobtanium:
>> Tandy 10
>> One software:
>> Tandy Videotext Office Information System