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RE: Project Delta...

Hi Ed,

Thanks for the reply. Cute homepage... mine's
http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~mader, but it really doesn't say much. Also check
out http://www.eecis.udel.edu/~dra; I'm the club secretary and noozletter

I'm married with no kids, but 4 cats. We live in South Philadelphia in a
nice little row house. Keeping the house in tip top shape is one of our top
hobbies. Also enjoy home brewed beer and amateur radio. 

I've been working for Digital for about 10 years now doing various flavors
of software consulting. DEC has been very good to me. 

I've heard from lots of Delta folks and hopefully, I'll be publish a little
web site to share all their great Deltoid stories. Contributions are most
welcome. I'll let everybody know when there's something to see. 

Regards for now...

Bob Mader
910 S. Bodine St.
Philadelphia, PA 19147

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	Ed Tecot [SMTP:tecot@cs.stanford.edu]
	Sent:	Monday, April 06, 1998 2:03 PM
	To:	Bob & Cecelia
	Subject:	Re: Project Delta...

	On Thu, Apr 2, 1998 4:26 PM, Bob & Cecelia <mailto:n3lym@amsat.org>
	>Is this the Ed Tecot who worked once at Project Delta? If that's
	>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
	>put together a Project Delta alumni web page including various
	>and writings as well as a PDP-11 emulator running RSTS/E. If you
	>have any Delta memorabilia, pictures, or backup tapes, please let
	>Bob Mader [1,50]

	Hi Bob!

	Yes, I'm the same Ed Tecot [1,44].  I'm working for Microsoft in San
	CA on Internet Explorer for Macintosh.  I'm married and have two
	Gabriel (3) and Lucas (1).  My home page is seriously out of date
(it says
	I work for Apple, which hasn't been the case for a year) but it is

	I actually have some old RSTS/E documentation somewhere in my house.