Oral History Questions

From: George Rachor <george_at_racsys.rt.rain.com>
Date: Thu Dec 10 16:09:19 1998

One might ask two questions:

What was the largest techincal challange in bringing your device to

What was the largest non-technical challange in bringing you device to


George L. Rachor george_at_racsys.rt.rain.com
Beaverton, Oregon http://racsys.rt.rain.com

On Fri, 11 Dec 1998, Sean 'Captain Napalm' Conner wrote:

> It was thus said that the Great Uncle Roger once stated:
> >
> > I have a chance to speak with the designers of some of the machines in my
> > collection. But other than the basic "when was it intro'd, what are the
> > specs, what did it cost" stuff, what should I ask? What sorts of stories,
> > info, etc. should I be trying to preserve?
> Why did you use <insert CPU> instead of <insert other popular CPU at the
> time>? How long did it take to design? What was the indended market? What
> was the actual market? Stuff like that.
> -spc (Wants to know why IBM forgot pull up resistors on the IRQ
> controller ... )
Received on Thu Dec 10 1998 - 16:09:19 GMT

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