I started to put my list in a text file.
But he excel format looks the best--and practical
I can move my little book list over to that too.
Jim Scheef wrote:
Good golly, a common format might bring synergism. Is that allowed? ;-^)
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Original Message ----
From: B. Degnan <billdeg@...>
Sent: Wednesday, December 26, 2007 7:07:10 PM
Subject: Re: [midatlanticretro] Here' some of my books
At 03:56 PM 12/26/2007 -0800, you wrote:
Evan and Bill,
I started this list after our first VCF East to have a list of what I
have and what I'm looking for when I travel about. The idea is to avoid
buying duplicates. Since we are sharing, here is my list of computer
history books. This does not include my historical books on trains,
skiing history or books on skiing instruction (oldest is from the
It also does not include a complete set of BYTE magazines or the early
computer magazines I have on fiche (these will be donated to the MARCH
library at InfoAge when such a place exists). Also not included are
"user" books about what I consider vintage software.
The list is in that "universal database" format so you can sort
it as you please. I've been meaning to put it on the web with links to
the reviews I've written.
BTW, I set up my DACS.doc columns from the last year in a blog at
Comments are welcome. I've mentioned MARCH several times over the last
three years. Hopefully DACS
(www.dacs.org) will set up a blog site
soon and I'll be able to move this content there and be able to put
up the other years as well.
Another nice collection of books. I have not had the time yet to
make a list of mine, but when I do I will use the same format so that
can combine them.
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