You know, you might be able to fit a very nice Wang VS-45 sysytem in that
On Mon, 28 Feb 2000, John Lawson wrote:
Here it is, 24 hours down the log. I have recieved quite a few
thoughtful e-mails from various Folk on this List: Thank you all.
I have given even *more* thought to my situation here, in light of
various developments, and will try an experiment, vizt.,
I will dump some of the Junk... and believe me some of it's no
more than scrap.... list to follow. ;}
I will place some items in a long-term storage facility that I have
currently warehousing one of my oldest 'dormant' hobbies... my
lovely ten-rank pipe organ, which come to think of it, would probably
fit where the computers are now.... no, forget it.
I will concentrate on a few systems, and NOT collect any more
stuff for the nonce.
The offer to sell my Vintage Computer Collection is hereby
withdrawn, and again, my great "thank yous" to all who responded. It
was a valuable exercise for me, if nothing else. Guess I'm a hard
core mainline computer junkie.
The MINC is *still* going to CCHM.
M. K. Peirce
Rhode Island Computer Museum, Inc.
215 Shady Lea Road,
North Kingstown, RI 02852
"Casta est qui nemo rogavit."