At 10:30 AM 6/29/98 -0400, Chris wrote:
Keep an eye on this list as I would imagine (and hope)
it will be still
existing in some sort of form 10+ years from now. (Let's not go into the
depths of speculation as to how exactly this list will still exist. Who
knows exactly? If it indeed does not, by following it we will see its
evolution toward whatever its destiny) During that period anyway, I would
think either you would gain collecting relationships with others here and
find someone you feel comfortable with selling/passing it to, discover
museums who actually are interested in preserving "homebrew" or no-name
machines or even find some other worthwhile destination.
Incidentally, I think you meant by the statement above,
">... I know no one personally that has
these "old" computer interests except
maybe the speculator type, only this
that you mean _two_ _separate_ types of groups: speculators and us on
Yes, you are correct, I was referring to 2 groups. I know no one in person
on this list yet.
This is much less clear for old radios where the dealers or resellers seem
to way outnumber the collectors interested in the history or technology or
the builders or repairers. Look at the prices now for the first transistor
>For old radios I can consider the AWA museum..