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RE: Project DELTA...


I believe hshartmann@compuserve.com will reach Tom. 

Re the "Unofficial History," I'd like a chance to read it over before you
post it ... now that I have a more keen understanding of the libel laws
than I did then. I doubt there's anything in there that would cause
trouble, but I'd just like to be sure. (Incidentally, one cannot libel a
dead person, so anything I might have said about Bob Uffelman can stay in

I trust from your question that you still have a copy of the thing; if it's
in electronic form, can you send it to me by e-mail so I can look it over?
I don't have one here in the city. At one point I had a huge box of backup
tapes, manuals, printouts of e-mail, etc. from Delta stashed away in my
parents' attic; I have no idea if it's still there, but if it is and I can
get to it, you're welcome to it. 


At 08:22 PM 4/1/98 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi Alan,
>Thanks for the update. The alumni list is coming together. You 
>mentioned you were still in touch with Tom Hartmann? I lost track of 
>him after he went to Russia. Anyway, how can I reach him?
>I've been married to Cecelia now for a little over nine years. No 
>kids/4 cats. Been working at Digital for about 10. Current job is Unix 
>consulting... not sure what my job will be after Compaq buys us, but 
>I'm not concerned. Still in touch with Ernie, although he is no longer 
>with Digital. Also in touch with Tony Eros who has become quite the 
>computer historical preservationist. I would be, too, but my basement 
>isn't big enough.
>Also, we're thinking of making a Delta alumni web page. May I have your 
>permission to post the "Unofficial History of Project Delta." Also 
>looking for any other Delta memorabilia, photos, or backup tapes (I can 
>read them!).
>Bob and Cecelia Mader
>910 S. Bodine St.
>Philadelphia, PA 19147