*** Ideas needed for developing interactive displays....

From: Tony Duell <ard_at_p850ug1.demon.co.uk>
Date: Tue Sep 7 17:29:32 2004

> >>> Jules, yes a large hard drive seeing would be very
> >>> interesting. <snip> .... the size of a washing machine but
> >>> all glassed in top... lots of power lots of heat......
> While I have not been following every message in this thread..It seems like
> a replica might be the best way to go. Could definitely "play some games" to


Sorry, but I object to technical museums that present replicas (and
emulators hidden inside the case of an older machine, and...) as the real
thing. You would not accept an art gallery that showed copies of the
famous paintings, you shouldn't accept it for computers either.

If I go to a museum it's because I want to see the real machine -- one I
don't happen to already have. I don't want to see a fake.

Received on Tue Sep 07 2004 - 17:29:32 BST

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