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Re: Project DELTA

> From n3lym@amsat.org Mon Apr  6 16:57:37 1998
> From: Bob & Cecelia <n3lym@amsat.org>
> Subject: Project DELTA
> Date: Mon, 6 Apr 1998 16:58:24 -0400
> Hi,
> Is this the same George Robbins who once who worked at Project Delta?
> If that's you, please respond with what you've been up to and your
> current vital stats. I'm trying to update the Delta alumni list. I'm
> also hoping to put together a Project Delta alumni web page including
> various pictures and writings as well as a PDP-11 emulator running
> RSTS/E. If you still have any Delta memorabilia, pictures, or backup
> tapes (I can read them!), please let me know!  If you know of any 
> deltoid e-mail addresses send them along!

Hi Bob:

Well, I guess out of that mess of addresses, I'm the real one.

I'm afraid that after n-moves and the usual things left behind,
I probably don't have any memoribilia from the early Delta days.
I do have some fond (and embarassing) memories of those times,
but it's been a while now and would take some time to sort thru
the cobwebs and figure out which pieces were Delta, which Dave'
Robinson's EE program for HS students and the group of computer
freaks I was hannging out with from my own highschool.

If you do get a web-site going, I'd be glad to look it over and
perhaps have a few tidbits to add.

One person you might want to get in touch with is David Corbishley
<corbishley@mail.dec.com> - while he got bumped out of Delta after
only a short involvement, he's kept more in touch with people from
that period than I, and probably has a current e-mail address for
Clark Baker.


PS: I always liked it when the login header was:

	 "George's RSTS-11 Timesharing System"