Epson QX-10 Emulator
ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk
Mon Oct 1 17:05:55 CDT 2007
> hey thanks for that. Do you still attend radio
> rallies, and if so are you still able to find
I've not been to one for a few years now. The last one I went to had only
slightly out-of-date PC parts, which really don't interest me at all.
Pity really, I got some very interesting toys at rallies over the years
-- the Intellec MCS8i, Xerox Daybreak (\pounds 10.00, the seller hadn't a
clue as to what it was. Nor had I, but it looked interesting, and I
thought I recognised 2901-like things on the porcessor oard...), HH
Tiger, various BBC micro bits, paper tape punches, etc, etc, etc.
> interesting stuff? I haven't attended ham shows in
> years, except for the MIT Flea 2 weekends ago, so I
> don't know what turns up these days. Back in the early
> 90's you could find all sorts of useless stuff LOL
> LOL. Like 19" open frame monochrome monitors and such.
> They always asked a lot for their *junk* though. Often
> I was put off.
Odd, over hera the prices for computer stuff were always pretty
reasoanble. As were components. Radio stuff was another matter, I guess
the sellers knew the value of that ;-).
> OT - Tony, what are you doing about finding yourself
> (or ME LOL) and early English T & LM lathe. If you
Nothing as yet. I'm happy with my Myford....
> don't know what I'm talking about, lathes.co.uk should
> have a profile on it. Lindsay Pubs. has a small
> booklet that describes the construction (contains a
> reprint from "American Machinist" from the early 20th
> century). Since you're in the country it was
> manufactured, don't take offence, but you'd be crazy
> to not at least keep yer eyes open for one. Or
> advertise around. Yer know ;)
I will, of course take a look and keep my eyes open. Quite where I'd put
it is another matter...
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