RE: [midatlanticretro] Aug. 13 @ InfoAge
- Aug. 13 is the InfoAge grand opening. They anticipate about 200 people attending. There will be a ribbon-cutting and tours, and there will be small presentations by all the groups associated with InfoAge. It'll be a great opportunity to meet our future neighbors and get the museum information out to the public/press.I'm just looking for five or six people to bring one or two interesting computers each. Nothing on the scale of our TCF exhibit. Mostly our job there is to get people interested in the museum and InfoAge and science history in general.
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Subject: Re: [midatlanticretro] Aug. 13 @ InfoAge
On Thu, Jul 07, 2005 at 07:32:35PM -0400, Evan wrote:
> So who is following Bill's lead?
Sorry - what sort of event is this supposed to be?
(I've been a bit preoccupied with a new job)
- I have been able to download files to a PC and then use a cable to run
them on the Commodore as if the PC was drive 10, but I have had less
luck actually copying files from PC to a Commodore disk. I have not
played around with it too much however. I will see if I can come up
with something. I already have a copy of the Little Red Reader and if
I am successful copying to 1571 I will let you know.
--- In email@example.com, Mike Loewen <mloewen@c...>
> I'm new to the Commodore 128 world, and I've discovered I need
> Red Reader to copy files on the 1571 from 5-1/4" MSDOS diskettes.Not
> having a serial interface, though, I have no way of getting LRR ontoa
> Commodore diskette. Does one of you guys have the resources to putLRR on
> a 5-1/4" Commodore formatted diskette for the 1571, and snail-mail itto
> Mike Loewen mloewen@c...
> Old Technology http://ripsaw.cac.psu.edu/~mloewen/Oldtech/