Looking for info - En-link Ethernet card for the Apple II

From: Sellam Ismail <foo_at_siconic.com>
Date: Tue Jun 26 11:17:24 2001

On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Michael Maginnis wrote:

> I did. Not sure how much good it'll do, though. Apparently they get
> 20 or more units in each day. He claimed not to have time to go
> through everything, and the store lacks the space to keep these things
> for very long. The units on the shelf are out there for a week -

Here's a suggestion: offer to volunteer to process their computer stuff in
exchange for being able to have first stab at whatever comes in, and at a
steep discount.

> unsold CPUs go to the compactor. They have to keep turning things
> over to make room for incoming gear. I left him a list of things to
> keep an eye out for, though - he said he'd call if he came across
> anything.

That's good.

> For some reason, Denver seems to have a high number of thrift stores,
> compared to some of the other cities I hear about. ARC has 10 or 12
> stores, each with a computer/electronics section; DAV has 5 or 6, also
> with a nice electronics corner; many 'independent' stores as well. I
> get 90% of my gear from the local thrift industry. The only chain
> that doesn't seem to keep / accept / make available, computers is
> Goodwill - can't figure that one out.

The only places I usually find anything of interest anymore are thrift
stores. The local ham fests have been drying up :(

Sellam Ismail Vintage Computer Festival
International Man of Intrigue and Danger http://www.vintage.org
Received on Tue Jun 26 2001 - 11:17:24 BST

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