Jules Richardson wrote on "Digital Archaeology of the Microcomputer, 1974-1994
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Thu Jan 18 16:37:05 CST 2007
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"William Donzelli" <wdonzelli at gmail.com> writes:
> > Sure. Now. But I don't think collecting housewares was common in
> > Henry Ford's day.
> Think again.
> Actually, more people collected everyday objects back then, but not
> for collecting's sake - they used them.
That's what I mean -- few people collected them at the time for
collecting's sake. If you're getting objects for utilitarian
purposes, I don't think that qualifies as "collecting".
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