Ethan Dicks wrote:
Ah... very handy having a patron like that. Columbus only ever had
a small sales and field-service office, and for a short time, a
walk-in-Digital store for ribbons, diskettes, floor models, etc.
Perhaps Dayton schoolkids had a better crack at castoffs that we
I'm feeling guilty. My public high school was near Carleton College,
which was kind enough to donate a working IBM 1620. They also gave us
access to a PDP-8/I running TSS/8.
Both were great fun to work with.