HP 9000s, Canon Cat, felines, etc. was Re: rogues galleries
dkelvey at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 28 09:17:31 CST 2006
Use of cameras is restricted. No flash is allowed and they
even don't allow a tripod. I'm not sure how I'd hold a
camera steady enough to take pictures under those conditions.
The other problem is the number of pages. There are about
700-800 pages. I'm just hoping that most of the pages are
related to teaching Forth and with the glossory being the
most intersting part.
>From: Chris M <chrism3667 at yahoo.com>
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>To: cctalk at classiccmp.org
>Subject: Re: RE: HP 9000s, Canon Cat, felines, etc. was Re: rogues
>Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2006 01:06:30 -0800 (PST)
>you can do very well copying manuals and such with a
>mini digital cam, if its allowed. Id loan you mine if
>interested, no problem.
>--- cctalk-bounces at classiccmp.org
><dkelvey at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > ---snip---
> > >
> > > > A Cat is a machine I would also like, but I am
> > > > going to find one at a
> > > > price I can afford...
> > >
> > > Mine...$20 US. Plus shipping. Hope is not lost...
> > >
> > Hi
> > I've been having fun hacking my Cat ( Canon ). It
> > to be only an appliance machine but one can program
>with it as well.
> > There is a page on the web that says one can just
>use the word
> > "see" to decompile words but he must have had a disk
> > typed that definition in with.
> > I've been slowly hacking how to decompile and I've
> > progress. Still, there is so much to dig into. My
>main reason is
> > to make a printer driver for my HP 3si.
> > I was just doing some searches on Jef Raskin and the
>Cat and found
> > that the Standford Library has manuals on the Forth
>in the Cat.
> > Too bad I can't just photo copy them. I do plan on
> > day off soon and sit in their viewing room with a
>lot of note paper.
> > They also have a lot of information from Jef's
>records on the Mac
> > and Apple in general. Jef was an interesting fellow.
> > The Cat is one of my favorite machines.
> > Dwight
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