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Re: Project Delta...
Wasn't that the name of that University of Delaware system? I would say that I
"played" more with it than "worked", but, yes, that's me. (As far as I know,
there's only one of me spelled this way.)
I'm now a Senior Development Manager at IBM, Research Triangle Park, North
Carolina, managing two projects called "Personal Communications (PCOMM)" and
"Host On Demand (HOD)." They are IBM's leading terminal emulators for 3270
(IBM Mainframe), 5250 (IBM AS/400) and VT (everyone else). PCOMM is a native
implementation on Windows 3.1, Windows 9X, Windows NT, and OS/2, and HOD is a
If you're looking for another ex-Delta person, Alan Flippen...at last check
(1991), he was doing some journalistic pursuit in Buffalo, NY. If you have his
e-mail, let me know. If you have nothing on him, also let me know; I could
probably find his 1991 address/phone number.
Ken Polleck (I think I was [105,something])
Release Manager, PCOMM Development
Network Computing Software Division, IBM RTP
Phone: (919) [deleted]
firstname.lastname@example.org on 04/02/98 07:54:40 PM
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To: Ken Polleck/Raleigh/IBM@IBMUS
Subject: Project Delta...
IBM? Could this the same Ken Polleck 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!
Bob Mader [1,50]