1975 PE Altair Article Scans

From: Richard A. Cini, Jr. <rcini_at_msn.com>
Date: Fri Jul 11 08:52:35 1997


>>Sadly it gets a bit more contorted than that... Ed Roberts sold MITS to
>>Pertec (who proceeded to largely run it into the ground B^{ ), who was
>>then purchased by Triumph-Adler of Germany.

>>So, it can be assumed that TA now owns all of the rights to things
>>MITS/Altair. I've tried to contact them on occasion on related matters
>>and have gotten no response of any kind to date.

        Thanks for the history. One could probably claim that since the platform is
no longer supported and that efforts to contact the rightful owner have
failed, so long as we don't get "stupid" about it, we should be able to
archive the docs...I hope. I'd hate to lose this important piece of
information (although I will hold onto it and provide pages to members upon

        What a pain this copyright law is!

        Jim, re: the Hero 1000/2000 robots, where can I find Mobile Ed. Productions??

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