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RE: Project DELTA...
It'd be great just to know what everyone is up to these days. Is Ed Boas
still going strong? Last I heard he was at Cecil County Community College
in MD or something similar to that. How about Ed Jones?
It'd be great to see some old code listings if anyone has them. Still got
I remember taking a ride in a (yellow?) diesel VW Rabbit that you owned and
bottoming out when going to that shopping plaza w/ the movie theater on
Main St. Newark. Could that have possibly happened or am I remembering
Maybe people can remember anecdotes that might be good for the page.
On Wednesday, April 01, 1998 8:35 PM, Bob & Cecelia [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Hi Eric,
> Okay, we got you on the Delta alumni list... it's starting to come
> together. Glad to hear you are doing fine! So I'm going to make a Delta
> web page if I can dig up some content. I'm looking for any old
> documentation, photos, backup tapes (I can read them), etc. Let me know
> if you have anything!
> I'm married with 4 cats but no kids. Living in South Philadelphia.
> Working at Digital for almost 10 years now. Doing mostly Unix
> consulting for various clients. Should be interesting when we get
> bought by Compaq, but I'm not worried. Other hobbies: ham radio, home
> brewed beer, and keeping the 100 year old house in shape.
> Keep in touch...
> Bob and Cecelia Mader
> 910 S. Bodine St.
> Philadelphia, PA 19147
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eric Thayer [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 30, 1998 7:38 AM
> To: 'Bob & Cecelia'
> Subject: RE: Project DELTA...
> Same guy. Good to see some of us are still hanging around!
> I'm in Pittsburgh, PA in the CMU ARPA Speech group. I got married and
> have three kids and two cats.
> On Saturday, March 28, 1998 9:51 PM, Bob & Cecelia
> [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org] wrote:
> > > Eric Thayer (email@example.com)
> > > Thu, 7 Aug 1997 09:57:33 -0400
> > >
> > > Sorry for the newbie question, but hopefully someone else wanted to
> > ask
> > > the same question. Does a program exist for the PC that prints a
> > skymap
> > > w/ a satellite track w/ position times? Or better yet, a real-time
> > > planetarium-type program with the satellites position against the
> > > background sky noted. I've been using quicksat, stsplus and
> > to
> > > help me find targets, but unless the object is quite bright I
> > frequently
> > > miss them.
> > >
> > > BTW, the skies have been great here in Vermont (5-6 Aug). I can
> > easily
> > > see the Milky Way (it is usually too light polluted in Pittsburgh,
> > to
> > > see it). Some of the Perseid meteors have been well worth the wait
> > as
> > > well.
> > >
> > > ...eric
> > I like Traksat... http://www.hsv.tis.net/~wintrak/traksat.html.
> > So I wonder, is this the Eric Thayer that hung around Project Delta
> > Delaware? Trying to find folks for the big 25th anniversary
> > Please report on your life, etc.
> > -Bob Mader