dnotarnicola at gmail.com
Sat Sep 14 20:33:36 EDT 2019
Thank you, Steven! Hope to see you at a workshop soon!
On Sat, Sep 14, 2019 at 2:15 PM Steven Mac84 <mac84tv at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Dean and everyone on the VCF list!
> Please allow me introduce myself, my name is Steve. I reconnected with
> Dean and the lovely folks running the VCF east booth at the New Jersey
> Trenton Computer Festival back in March of this year. I'm sorry it took me
> so terribly long to send this email. I'm also sad I missed the past VCF
> event this summer, but I hope to make it to the next VCF east!
> As I mentioned to Dean I'm mostly into older Apple machines, along with
> some 8-bit Atari and Commodore stuff mixed in. I have a collection of over
> 100 vintage Apple machines, ranging from the Apple II series, the infamous
> Apple III, and various 6800-powered Macintoshes all the way up to the
> PowerPC line, including G3s, G4s, G5s, and even some early Intel models.
> Although I specialize in Apple stuff, I'm not a "fan boy" and enjoy many
> other systems.
> I have a small YouTube channel where my focus is on the restoration,
> history, and exploration of Apple Computer, Inc. - along with other
> technological fun that interests me (which is pretty much anything!) You
> can check out my channel here if you are interested:
> I've been going to TCF since the early 2000s and enjoy attending when I
> can. I'm currently working with the TCF board to catalog, organize and
> archive photos from past events, as there deserves to be a cool archive of
> events past. Hopefully we'll have a collection of old photos to share soon.
> But feel free to contact me if you have any pictures or videos you'd like
> to contribute to the archive.
> Happy computing! :-)
> -Steve (of Mac84)
> On Sat, Mar 23, 2019 at 3:11 PM Dean Notarnicola <dnotarnicola at gmail.com>
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