On Tue, Mar 30, 2021 at 4:58 PM Chris Zach via cctalk <cctalk at classiccmp.org>
350 version was likely a bit more interactive and I would be
very interested in getting a copy of it. As far as the best way to get a
copy made, it would be great to read them on a M+ system that has TCP/IP
or is at least connected to HECnet so the disk images could be uploaded
somewhere. Also, the manuals would be of interest as well. The SPSS-11
manual I have is a relatively thin paperback book.
It was pretty cool, I think you could do graphs and the like on the
screen as well and send them to the LA50 printer (I bought one of those
on Ebay for like $10 bucks, I wonder where it is). But now I guess I
will have to drag out my Deskpro/XE which should have a 5.25 inch floppy
and see if it still works, is clean, and won't shred the disks.
Heck, I have a letterwriter 100 I'd ship to someone that wanted to play
So how can one scan a soft bound manual without
destroying it in the