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From: Vintage Computer Festival <>
Date: Sun May 23 00:39:18 2004

On Sat, 22 May 2004, David V. Corbin wrote:

> >>> NASA Ames, c. 1994.
> >>Technically, that's not "in the wild" ;)
> Having done some work for NASA (including being at Ames) in the late 80's, I
> can state that the time did (on rare occasion) get fairly "wild".

In a nerd sense or in a Plaboy Mansion sense?

Anyway, I thought they were referring to the Computer History Museum. At
any rate, "the wild" assumes post productive use and something that is
sitting in a garage or at a ham fest or something. In that regard, I've
not heard of a CM being found out "in the wild".

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