What is the point of this top 10-30 list thread anyway?
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> From: "William Donzelli" <wdonzelli@...>I am not really sure what the point of this entire thread is. I guess just for fun.
> Sent: Wednesday, June 25, 2008 9:16 AM
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> Subject: Re: [midatlanticretro] Exhibit planning, 70s/80s micros, continued...
> > Kill the 286 clone.
> Does MARCH want to tell the story of early microcomputing, or sanitize it?
Did I ever send my list of "11 Most Collectible Micro Sleepers"?
I think that the Sord SM80X is an example of a computer that should be more recognized, and *my* list hopes to illustrate the point that there are very rare systems that are almost unknown, mostly because they have had no press.
For example, I would happily trade a KIM-1 for a JOLT, by MAI (Microcomputer Associates Inc) which was the first 6502 SB Computer.
>>> I am not really sure what the point of this entire thread is.The point is to decide which micros belong in our first exhibit. Sorry, I thought we all knew that. :-)
- Hi Bill:
Wikipedia has no entry fro the JOLT. Is that something you could
73 de Ray
On Jun 25, 2008, at 10:16 AM, Bill Degnan wrote:
> For example, I would happily trade a KIM-1 for a JOLT, by MAI
> (Microcomputer Associates Inc) which was the first 6502 SB Computer.