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Re: nice pdp-11/70 picture

I have just the book.  It contains lots of pictures of old systems..
even the late 60 early 70 stuff like the altair, IMSAI, etc.  Can't
recall the name of the book but I do have it in the basement somewhere.
And yes I've been the the Boston Computer Museum many times with the
kids when I used to live in NH.


>From: Rich <legalize@xmission.com>
>Reply-To: deltoids@mcws.net
>To: deltoids@mcws.net
>Subject: Re: nice pdp-11/70 picture
>Date: Sat, 11 May 2002 11:23:17 -0600
>In article <1021135626.3cdd4b0ac0d87@frisky.bodine.swapdisk.com>,
>     Bob and Cecelia <n3lym@amsat.org>  writes:
> > I have a hard copy of Digital At Work, snapshots from the first 
> > years, Digital Press 1992.
>I was thinking beyond DEC machines to cover all the old machines from
>50s, 60s and 70s.
> > Yes, I think it would be neat if there were a "coffee table" format book 
> > lots of nice pictures. Never have seen one myself...
>Yeah, that's what I had in mind.  Anyone ever been to the Computer
>Museum in Massachusetts?  I've never been there, but I bet if
>something like this exists, you'd find it in their gift shop?
>Ask me about my upcoming book on Direct3D from Addison-Wesley!
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