Re: [midatlanticretro] "Retro Pavilion" idea for VCF East
>> Darn, Evan, you're making it harder and harder for me to not attend this show :)Good! :)
You must have strong willpower to have skipped 8.0 with the Apple and BASIC keynotes.
- We can also group exhibits by subject / era to spread them around. For
example, put the Commodore's near where Jim Brain and related CBM mod
vendors are. We may have to lay this out based on who is coming/improvise
a bit at the last minute. The theoretical workshop about DIGITAL systems
near where all the theoretical minis are exhibited, etc.
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> From: "Evan Koblentz" <evan@...>this show :)
> Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2013 3:45 PM
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> >> Darn, Evan, you're making it harder and harder for me to not attend
> Good! :)
> You must have strong willpower to have skipped 8.0 with the Apple and
> Yahoo! Groups Links
- Evan,Here is a real vintage piece :-) IBM 026 Keypunch Machine, but requires local pickup in Akron, Ohiohttp://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-IBM-026-Keypunch-Machine-/271297453309I do not believe it will fit in the back of my PriusI hope to have my IBM S370 Control Panel restored by VCF 9.1 EastDavid Keith
From: Evan Koblentz <evan@...>
To: midatlanticretro <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 1, 2013 2:06 PM
Subject: [midatlanticretro] "Retro Pavilion" idea for VCF East
Fear(full) leader here again.
Thinking about having a whole area at VCF East devoted to
companies/people who make replicas, modern hacks, tools, new SBCs, etc.
for vintage computing.
I want to personally recruit as many of these companies/people as
possible. MARCHins, can you help me crowd-source a list of them?
Please input the relevant info into the Google spreadsheet linked below.
Please don't share the link outside of our list. Be sure to check if
anyone else already entered the same product.
Here's the link: http://tinyurl.com/l2wx6n4
Mike W., etc. -- it's fine to enter your own info, have no shame. :)
>> Here is a real vintage piece :-) IBM 026 Keypunch Machine, but requires local pickup in Akron, OhioMoot anyhow -- we only accept donations.
Currently we have five 029s (one is nice; the others are for parts, although I'd gladly sell two of the spares), and we have a decent-condition 026 here in NJ waiting for us to go pick it up.