[vcf-midatlantic] Interesting article about preserving Apple software (not hardware)
Henry S. Courbis
info at reactivemicro.com
Thu Mar 29 22:21:10 EDT 2018
>Plug away here if you ever feel the desire.
Thanks Evan! At some point when there is something noteworthy I may send
out a list announcement. However few, if any, of the projects I work on I
feel are noteworthy to be honest. The TRS-80 and Commodore PSUs may break
that silence however. Since they aren't Apple II related and this is the
only other mailing list I know where those users are active. I may also
post on some facebook groups when the time comes. But even than the PSUs
are just reworks of the Apple II PSU. So nothing really groundbreaking
>I'm glad to generate some discussion. Thanks for the great responses!
And I'm glad you posted it also! Always good to hear from everyone in the
Community and see what's going on along with thoughts behind things rather
than just bland news. And I for one like when users "plug" or share links
to sites with more info or places to buy things. I've found many neat and
interesting sites while on this list. And I really hope that tradition
keeps going. The Wifi modems were one such item I'm not sure I would have
heard about if it wasn't for this list. And I know I never would have
found the places to buy them. Hopefully I turned a few people on to the
current news as well and gave a little back.
You guys here rock! Keep it up!
Henry S. Courbis
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On Thu, Mar 29, 2018 at 6:36 PM, Christopher Gioconda via vcf-midatlantic <
vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:
> Well, that was some response to the article I shared! Certainly not what I
> expected, but in a way I'm glad to generate some discussion. Thanks for the
> great responses!
> On Thu, Mar 29, 2018, 9:06 PM Evan Koblentz via vcf-midatlantic <
> vcf-midatlantic at lists.vintagecomputerfederation.org> wrote:
> > >> It's a challenge to keep some of the business side, out of my
> > correspondence in general-discussion groups. I do so, so people can have
> > some trust in what I talk about, that there's merits to my words and
> > considerations.
> > You and Henry are both well-known and widely respected in your areas of
> > expertise. Plug away here if you ever feel the desire.
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