[vcf-midatlantic] Hello Introduction
tommcnicholas7 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 12:09:29 EST 2018
Nice to hear from you
On the model 100 I used the data base to keep a record of all the open
orders and shipped orders of equipment. The records are still on the
computer as well as my last to do list.
On Mon, Nov 12, 2018 at 11:26 AM Drew Notarnicola via vcf-midatlantic <
vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
> Hey Tom! Nice to see a new name around here. I'm not a ham but I am a
> Radio Shack Model 100 fan, so if you ever want to talk about those I'm your
> guy! What did you use yours for back in the day?
> On Thu, Nov 8, 2018 at 11:04 AM Tom McNicholas via vcf-midatlantic <
> vcf-midatlantic at lists.vcfed.org> wrote:
> > Evan suggested I post a hello and background not sure of length or
> > is the norm,, so here goes
> > Retired a few years ago but still on the board of directors after a 45
> > year stint with a local electronics manufacturing company doing DOD work.
> > during the 45 years did everything from testing, QA, engineering and
> > manager Prior to the 45 year stint was in the USAF working on VHF, UHF
> > teaching then a couple of DOD manufacturing companies working on SSB
> > transmitters, Radar, Sonar and microwave.,
> > During the 70,s at work used the Apple II and later the Mac during the
> > 80,ss and at that time started using the commodore 64 and Radio Shack 100
> > at home latter moving to the 128 and then building IBM clones from
> > bought at computer shows. Now all I do is just buy them ,too many as per
> > wife. .
> > Presently have a small collection of vintage computers around 25 which I
> > sure is nothing compared to other members of the group. But I am looking
> > forward to meeting others in the group who share my interest in vintage
> > computers.
> > My only other interests outside of family and grandchildren are short
> > radio and occasional riding on my Can Am trike.
> > Regards
> > Tom McNicholas
> > Wall NJ
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