Re: [midatlanticretro] Cute MARCH Logo
> Alight here's a crazy thought... If some systems are too new torepresent MARCH for some, and others are deemed too old by others, instead
of trying to find that *one* system that can stand to represent us all, why
not go with something a little different?
>cards, some good ol' paper tape, an 8" floppy, a 5 1/4" floppy, a 3 1/2"
> Picture a collection of different storage mediums: IBM 80 column punch
floppy, an audio cassette... have like 10 different storage mediums all
together from the earliest to the latest (for our era of operation that
is). That way just about everybody has something to represent the hobby
without worrying about company logos getting on em, and starting some
copyright infringement issues.
>It might be interesting to see what sells best, should a vendor rent a
> Anyway, it was just a thought.
> -Alexander Pierson
table at a VCF and sells shirts/caps with various vintage items printed on
- I like the look, but I think the Mac perpetuates the myth that Apple invented computing. Something more "mainframey" or a generic terminal or the 8 bit aficionado logo genericized would be better.