spedraja at ono.com
Sat Mar 26 10:43:32 CST 2005
Spend the time with no doubt. The collection don't appears to be complete,
at least in the Internet. I downloaded a good lot in the past but I remember
clearly that some of them aren't available.
Oh, send a note when you could obtain something, please. I continue the
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dave Mabry" <dmabry at mich.com>
To: "General Discussion: On-Topic and Off-Topic Posts"
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Sent: Saturday, March 26, 2005 3:47 PM
Subject: SIG/M diskettes
> I just received some 8" diskettes that I "won" on e-pay. I was only
> buying used SSSD diskettes, but when they arrived they contained files.
> They are SIG/M #81 through #120 and #161 through #176.
> My question is this. Are these files already archived and preserved for
> the "community" or should I spend some time (lots of time, actually) and
> get the files to a CD or something similar so those of us who are
> interested in CP/M history have them?
> I don't mind doing it, but I don't want to spend this time if it is
> already done.
> Dave Mabry
> Intel MDS tinkerer
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