Maximizing value selling a working 11/34

William Donzelli wdonzelli at
Tue Dec 8 12:02:09 CST 2015

I mention it to many of my customers and other contacts, and quite a
lot either do not know, or know and are just not members. I suppose
the PeeCee crowd is mostly on the forum, but the big iron people
mostly keep to themselves.

I suppose there are quite a few people, myself included, that would
like to be on many lists for many varied interests, and just can not
spend the resources with all of them. so some lists just do not make
the cut. I could be on 25, maybe 35 different lists of all sorts, but
I keep it down to just 5 or 6, due to limited time and brain.


On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 12:51 PM, Jay West <jwest at> wrote:
> Ok, and please invite those big iron and non-whiteboxPC folks here when you find they aren't on the list ;)
> J
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> Well, no offense, and maybe it is a decent size piece of the pie, but there are a lot that I have found are not listmembers, especially in the big iron and (Peecee) microcomputer areas.
> What is the membership size of the list?
> --
> Will
> On Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 12:35 PM, Jay West <jwest at> wrote:
>> Will wrote...
>>>Also, keep in mind that the membership of this list (especially the active members) is just a small fraction of the computer collector community.
>> Eh, I'm fairly sure that a somewhat sizeable percentage of the people in the hobby most definitely DO wind up subscribing here.
>> J

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