NEXTcube, now what?

From: Seth <>
Date: Thu Dec 7 13:46:28 2000

On Wed, Dec 06, 2000 at 09:55:11PM -0800, Mike Ford wrote:
> >> * I know there are Intel, SPARC, and HP PA ports of NeXTStep too,
> >> but c'mon.. NeXTStep on NeXT.. it's just sacred! :)
> >>
> >
> >Agreed. I think he'll find NeXTstep to be great. The absolutely
> What is the situation now for acquiring NeXTstep? I remember a few months
> ago people acting like it was trivial and or free, but now I see copies
> selling on eBay for $50 or more.

I'll publically announce (until such time as I get a cease-and-desist
order) that I'd be happy to make a copy of any of the following CD's
for the cost of shipping and blank CD-R media. I consider them to
be abandonware, and I'm sick of people not being able to get their
hands on fun old non-revenue-producing software.

I have:

  * NeXTSTEP 3.3 for Intel/NeXT hardware (1 CD)
  * NeXTSTEP DEVELOPER 3.3 for Intel/NeXT hardware (1 CD)
  * NeXT Enterprise Object Framework 1.1 for Intel/NeXT hardware (1 CD)
  * NeXTTIME 1.0 (the reverse engineered QuickTime for NeXT) (1 CD)

Contact me off-list if you would like any of these. Again, the price
is free + cost of blank media + cost of shipping to your address.

-Seth (
Received on Thu Dec 07 2000 - 13:46:28 GMT

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