OT: A call to arms (sort of)

From: Allison J Parent <allisonp_at_world.std.com>
Date: Sun Jul 4 14:32:57 1999

<Well, there is a standard . . . I've never bought it, but there IS one . .
<Say, just an aside, your email handler seems to truncate the last characte
<at the right-hand end of the text in quoted emails. Have you ever noticed
<that? Maybe it's my email software, but it only seems to happen in your

Yep and it's great for people that send text that is not otherwise
delimited. I really hate reading 282 character long lines.

<>terminally similar) out there for copying. It takes nothing to make
<>a 16-bit output and 16-bit input board using the vector foundation board.
<Well, it isn't as easy if you have a PC with no expansion slots . . .

Therein lies the worry!

<What? . . . Vector? . . . you mean that outfit in Sylmar, CA? If so, I'd
<point out that they've had a few screws loose for some time. The only

Vector as in the Vector BOARD, not the computer company.

<boards they ever produced which had a sensible power and ground
<disrtribution arrangement were screwed up so badly you couldn't even use
<THEIR staking block to set the pins! Since most of my wire-wrap cards wer

Hey I didn't say they were good, only handy.

I used to have a board made locally that was really nice and worked.
Haven't used them/that in over 10 years.

Received on Sun Jul 04 1999 - 14:32:57 BST

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