Classic Computer Rescue Squad

From: Daniel A. Seagraves <>
Date: Sat Nov 8 11:15:17 1997

On Sat, 8 Nov 1997, William Donzelli wrote:

> > Whether Novas are "wanted" is immaterial to the argument. Folks are
> > now virtually unaware of a piece of history, and an important one at
> > that. It's also a piece of history that's fast disappearing, which is
> > a rotten shame.
> If something is not wanted now, it may be wanted later (almost for sure,
> with bits of history, when they are "rediscovered"). All to many times, it
> is too late - did I just here someone mention Univac?

Ehehe... We should build a computer from discrete components, just to
operate one. And connect it to the Internet. Of course, we'd never
finish in out lifetimes, and it would fill a room, but it would be awful
Received on Sat Nov 08 1997 - 11:15:17 GMT

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