Check the sidebar: Fwd: [AWA] A little off the Old Radio topic, but -- snip --

From: Christian Fandt <>
Date: Mon Jul 12 19:12:45 1999

Well, whadayaknow! Could it be our James Willing referred to as "Jim
Willing" in the sidebar of the referenced "Computerworld" flashback article
below? I thought I was going to just see a reference to my AWA colleague,
but lo!, Jim's in there too!

>Date: Mon, 12 Jul 1999 19:24:29 -0400
>From: "John Dilks, K2TQN" <>
>Organization: NJARC and the OldRadio Museum
>To: list
>Subject: [AWA] A little off the Old Radio topic, but if you're interested:
>I'm in Computerworld this week, July 12.
>To my Radio friends,
> There is a write-up about me and the 1976 Personal Computing(R) Show
>in "Computerworld" this week, July 12. The on-line version is at the
>following URL:
> (Over half of the attendees to the 1976 show were radio hams.)
>73' John Dilks, K2TQN
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> Please visit my OldRadio Museum

Looks like Jim and J. Dilks are but two of the players, albeit minor, of
the just launched revolution in personal computing and in there
shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the pioneering manufacturers and
marketers. Kinda neat!

Regards, Chris
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Jamestown, NY USA
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