Inquiry about Classic Computers Collectors List

From: John Boffemmyer IV <>
Date: Sun May 4 01:59:27 2003

Ooh, Seagate, very helpful definitely one to keep in the address book =)

At 11:51 AM 4/30/2003, you wrote:
>On Monday, April 28, 2003, wrote:
> > From 1977 to 1991, I worked for General Electric, Honeywell, Magnetic
> > Peripherals, Control Data, Imprimis, and Seagate. I am interested in
> > staying in touch with people/computers of that era. Is your list for me?
> >
> > Richard Oklahoma City, OK 73118 Email
>I'm not exactly of that era (I'm 24), but I love machines that are. I'm
>also located in the OKC Metro. I live in Norman and work for a large
>company near Classen and Western. I have a medium-sized collection of
>mostly DEC PDP-11s, VAXen, and old Suns. I also help administrate this
>I think you would have an enjoyable time as a list member. There are two
>ways to subscribe. The first is cctalk, which is unmoderated and delivered
>immediately. The second is cctech, which is moderated for topic and
>delivered after an average delay of 12 hours. Please be aware that both
>share the same on-topic messages, so you should only subscribe to one of the
>two. Subscribing to both will get you nothing but duplicate messages.
>See our web site at:
>It would be great to have someone else from my area on the list. AFAIK the
>closest existing subscriber is in Fort Worth.
>Jeffrey Sharp

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Received on Sun May 04 2003 - 01:59:27 BST

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