- Jeff B. and I started with something fun today: we met at noon and then spent an hour at the pinball joint in nearby Asbury Park. $10/hr for unlimited play. Then we went to lunch.
We started working in the storage area around 2:30. We only built one shelving unit, but we sorted several boxes of assorted books, hardware, magazines, and software. A highlight discovered deep inside the Bryan Pope collection: a box of great-condition Apple II education/school items such as workbooks and brochures.
Every week the MARCH storage area has slightly less chaos and slightly more neat-and-organized floor space.
There still isn't a firm re-opening date for InfoAge. If it's next weekend (3/10), then Jeff will go and I'll take a break. If it's the week after that (3/17), then we'll both take off next weekend, and then I'll go on the 17th while Jeff takes a break.
We couldn't find any identifying labels on the disk packs from the rescue yesterday, and we didn't have time to look through the IBM manuals. That will have to wait for another day.
- Okay day at the museum. Jeff B. brought back the Lisa that we demo'd in Trenton yesterday. Tony stopped by to continue learning about our collection and how to be a tour guide. Modest amount of visitors, but they were all interested, including a CS teacher who asked about having me visit his school as a guest speaker.