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RE: [rsa] Native SF guy wonders about SFRSA

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  • cprosser@acm.org
    I ve worked with both the max99 base and handyboard. but i have an rsi so typing is difficult. contact me off list if you want to meet or chat on the phone.
    Message 1 of 2 , Dec 19, 2002
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      I've worked with both the max99 base and handyboard. but i have an rsi so
      typing is difficult. contact me off list if you want to meet or chat on the
      phone.
      --chris

      Quoting DAVID CALKINS <dcalkins@...>:

      > Just because no one answered doesn't mean you're being ignored - I
      > would
      > guess that no one has worked with it, and it's just a matter of no one
      > being
      > able to give you any worthwhile information.
      >
      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: x01101001 <x01101001@...> [mailto:x01101001@...]
      > Sent: Monday, December 09, 2002 8:18 PM
      > To: sfrsa@yahoogroups.com
      > Subject: [rsa] Native SF guy wonders about SFRSA
      >
      > Hello there,
      >
      > I recently posted what I thought was a serious question (has anyone
      > used the Max 99 robot base) but all I got was a silly response (try
      > vacuming cat hairs). I am somewhat dissappointed. I was hoping to
      > join SFRSA but I get better responses from elsewhere! I live (and
      > was born) in SF.
      >
      > LOOK: I don't want to offend anyone but surely this group can be
      > more helpful. Perhaps I am using the least significant forum?
      >
      > I would like to join up with you guys but so far I feel a cold
      > shoulder. Surely someone must have tried MAX99 - www.robotstore.com
      > sells it on one of their first few pages and this is run by a
      > [former?] SFRSA-er! Is this group dead??? Too many dot-com'ers
      > bailed out or what? I expect better from SF!!!
      >
      > Enough said... if anyone has any experience with MAX99 I would
      > appreciate a response. I would also appreciate responses from
      > anyone using a Handy Board (I hate Basic Stamp, etc).
      >
      > I would like to join this local robot club but so far my first
      > impressions need some polishing.
      >
      > Perhaps nobody wants to share their secrets?
      >
      > Thanks!
      > -Nick
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