Water damaged computer books available

From: Dwight K. Elvey <dwight.elvey_at_amd.com>
Date: Mon Jan 26 12:06:11 2004

 To save these, first freeze them to stop damage.
Find some palce that does freeze drying.

>From: "Boris Gimbarzevsky" <borisg_at_unixg.ubc.ca>
>Recently I had a flood in a storage room and a number of computer books
>unfortunately got soaked. They are drying, but as some of them are
>starting to grow rather colorfull fungi, and I've been told they have to
>go. In the interests of maintaining domestic tranquility, the following
>material is available to whoever wants to pay me to ship it to your address
>(they will be dry when shipped):
> PDP-8/L handbook
> Laboratory computer handbook (on programming the PDP-12)
> Complete copy of Inside MacIntosh manuals.
> Megamax C manual for MacIntosh (I don't know where the disks are)
> Byte Magazines from 1988 and thereabouts (when Byte was worth reading).
>If anyone is interested, contact me off list at:
>borisg at unixg dot ubc dot ca and use the string "Aaardvark" in the
>subject line to get past my spam filter.
>These materials are going into the garbage in 4 weeks if there is no interest.
>Boris Gimbarzevsky
Received on Mon Jan 26 2004 - 12:06:11 GMT

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