[vcf-midatlantic] Vintage stuff I should get rid of

William Dudley wfdudley at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 11:45:47 EST 2016

The results are in:

Kyle Owen was first to ask for the 1702's, Systems Glitch is also
interested.  Perhaps you two can decide if you want to share, otherwise
Kyle gets 'em.

The Z19 is going to the museum.

Matt Patoray is getting the 8514.

Kyle Owen is getting the books.

I'll bring it all to VCF East unless any of you want to make other
arrangements.  I'm in Jackson, NJ.

Bill Dudley

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On Tue, Feb 16, 2016 at 9:08 PM, William Dudley <wfdudley at gmail.com> wrote:

> I've been a pack rat for decades, and lately I've been stumbling upon stuff
> which was "junk" 20 years ago but is now probably "collectible".
> I thought I'd post a few examples here to gauge interest.  If something
> is appropriate for the museum, or somebody wants something for their
> private collection, let me know.
> Here are the first few things I've found, that I should have thrown out
> decades ago:
> 1. 5 Intel 1702A-2 EPROMS.  These are in ceramic/gold packages (with
> window).  Each holds
> a grand total of 256 bytes of storage.
> 2. A Zenith Z-89 terminal.  Like the Heath/Zenith all in one computer, but
> without the
> computer part -- just the CRT terminal in an over-wide package.
> 3. Books (all are 8" x 5 1/4" paperback)
> digital pdp-8/a minicomputer handbook 1976-77
> digital introduction to programming 1970
> digital small computer handbook 1973
> digital introduction to minicomputer networks (copyright 1974)
> 4. IBM 8514 Monitor
> Bill Dudley
> This email is free of malware because I run Linux.

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