[vcf-midatlantic] VCF East XII: Evan's "Trinity Challenge"

Jameel Akari jakari at bithose.com
Sun May 22 22:35:46 EDT 2016


How new is too new?  I¹m itching for an excuse to properly restore &
rebuild my Powerbook Duo 280c.
(With DuoDock and matching 13² RGB monitor.)

I think I have a PowerBook 100 somewhere tooŠ

/jka


On 5/22/16, 11:43 AM, "Tony Bogan via vcf-midatlantic"
<vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:

>
>> On May 22, 2016, at 9:36 AM, Evan Koblentz via vcf-midatlantic
>><vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:
>> 
>> Dean's post about a combined Tandy exhibit gave me an idea: the show
>>still must have its share of regular exhibits, but I challenge the
>>members of this group to put on three meta-exhibits in which there is
>>one of EVERY computer from Apple, Commodore, and Tandy.
>> 
>> Beyond that, what's in each exhibit is up to your creativity. Clones,
>>modern mods, prototypes, peripherals, documentation, magazines, etc.
>>.... there will be a special prize for the winning group.
>> 
>> Guidelines: please no more than five people per exhibit so it doesn't
>>canibalize the other exhibits too much; each exhibit crew (once
>>established) should make their own off-list way of communicating for
>>their logistics (I suggest email lists or wikis, but the point is don't
>>do your detail planning here on the main list); we'll try to pick a
>>neutral judge.
>> 
>> Go!
>> 
>I thought a combined effort was a great idea when I read deans message.
>
>I had already planned my exhibit for next year (and started acquiring the
>couple things I want to add to it) but I'd love to do this. Anyone who's
>an "Apple guy" feel free to reach out to me. Other than an apple I, I can
>do 1 of every apple II and all the compact macs from the 128k through the
>se/30.
>
>Clones, peripherals, got lots so let's go!
>Tony





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