how much would you want for them and economy shipping to uk..
On Thu, Oct 4, 2012 at 3:23 AM, N0body H0me <n0body.h0me at inbox.com> wrote:
> As a matter of fact, I do.
> Two, new, in original wrapping.
> I'm in Stockton, Ca, 95207.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: markyorath at googlemail.com
>> Sent: Wed, 3 Oct 2012 03:14:54 +0100
>> To: cctech at classiccmp.org
>> Subject: SONY LVM-3AA0 Carts Available
>> hi, do you still have these video disks for sale?
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Hello language fans - I've been notified that the folks at York
University in Toronto are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the APL
programming language on November 1 of this year. The event is
dedicated to the 50th anniversary of APL and will include invited
lectures, exhibits, demos, movies, etc.
They sent me a PDF flyer which I have posted here:
Too far and too soon for me but I hope someone on the list can make it!
I bought it, hoping there would be 1 or 2 RD54's inside the system.
This was not to be....
So available, in Zurich, Switzerland :
uVAX II in a BA123 enclosure, complete, ( KA650=B 8 MB), with RF215 ( 400MB DSSI disk ) and TK70
Boots into VMS.
I would prefer to see my 50 CHF back, but am open to discussion.
Are there any? Of course they are limitless, for instance asking a comrade access to their server space. But barring any of that, is there any available for a modest or no fee? I hear the commercial for reagan.com, and besides the fact that I refuse to participate in the growing Reagan cult (have ample respect for the man, but please), and I'd, right now, rather not shell out 40$ a year.
?Oh I forgot, I have my own domain (indiscreetlogic.com), but haven't had the time or inclination to muss with ? it. Is there an alternative to the demoniac Yahoo!, Hotmail, Gmail in the interim? I wish to, if at all possible, avoid having my e-mails scanned (like that isn't going to happen), or having to inadvertently support causes and movements that will ultimately subjugate humanity, promote aberrant anti-social behavior, bolster the Federal Reserve, the Tri-Lateral Commission, the rise of the Anti-Christ, etc. etc. I love kittens too. No funds should be funneled into organization that fail to support the advancement, emancipation, and general well being of kittens. And honey badgers.
----- Original Message -----
> Date: Tue, 02 Oct 2012 10:29:40 -0600
> From: Richard <legalize at xmission.com>
> To: cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org>
> Subject: Re: cctalk being indexed (again)
> Message-ID: <E1TJ5Lo-0008JH-4i at shell.xmission.com>
> If you don't want it "out there", then you shouldn't post it, not even
> in private email, is the bottom line.
If the post contains useful information then it should be generally
If it doesn't, or contains "private" info, then it doesn't belong here in
the first place.
At 17:26 -0500 10/1/12, <cctalk-request at classiccmp.org> wrote:
>I don't consider anything on the net private but I'm used to knowing
>that the lists I'm a part of are public (usually). I also think its
>a good reference for folks just like forums which I appreciate when
>I can search for already solved issues without having to sign up on
>their site for potentially 1 use.
Seconded. I'm nowhere near as useful as most of the folks on
the list, but I think of the list and its archive as an incredible
resource to help out anyone interested in this hobby - of whom there
are not (in my opinion) enough, and anything we can do to encourage
more is a good idea. Informative posts from e.g. Tony (how do I
disassemble this monitor, and where am I likely to get a nasty
surprise if uninitiated?) or Fred (what's the format of this floppy
that I need to read likely to be?) look to me like the essence of the
list, and the quicker they are accessible to the more people, the
If indexing helps facilitate that, right on.
If indexing make me think twice about my posts, well, that
may well be a good thing too. I clearly recall a post where I gave
the resistor color-code *wrong* (!) because I typed way faster than I
thought (and I don't type that fast...); could be if I'd remembered
people might pick my post up on a google search, I'd have been a bit
- Mark 210-379-4635
Large Asteroids headed toward planets
inhabited by beings that don't have
technology adequate to stop them:
Think of it as Evolution in Fast-Forward.