Laugh, it's funny

Curt @ Atari Museum curt at atarimuseum.com
Tue Mar 23 21:01:12 CDT 2010


Its a small Greenwich Village paper in Manhattan, it has some fun 
articles from time to time, but its highly slanted and often tends to 
OpEd more then accurately report things truthfully...   it does however 
have a good backpages area for techjobs and such - or at least it used to.

Joe Giliberti wrote:
> You've never heard of The Onion, which is a satirical newspaper that
> features little, if any truth.
>
> On Tue, Mar 23, 2010 at 9:50 PM, Curt @ Atari Museum
> <curt at atarimuseum.com>wrote:
>
>   
>> What's not so funny is, the article could've mentioned a telco# or (looks
>> like these guys don't have one - a website) ---  If they are hurting for $$$
>> I'm sure enough of us calling to see if they have any of their X-117C
>> computers or parts still lying around, we'd all help buy those up and those
>> guys would make a few bucks, I for one think that is a damned cool looking
>> computer, I wonder if it was a CP/M box... I can't find ANY reference or a
>> Xalaga computer anywhere, and never heard of one until today.    Judging
>> from that alone, looks like these guys biggest problem is they didn't know
>> how to market themselves very well.
>>
>>
>> Curt
>>
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>>
>> Evan Koblentz wrote:
>>
>>     
>>> http://www.theonion.com/articles/computer-company-started-in-garage-30-years-ago-no,17124/
>>>
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