Saved DEC kit

tony duell ard at
Wed Aug 5 13:26:30 CDT 2015

> > Those are "imperial pints", in the US a pint is 16 fluid onces so nearer to
> > 464 (I think) grams...
> "A pint is a pound, the world around." is no longer true.  Not just the

Over here we (used to) say 'A pint of water weighs a pound and a quarter'

> price of beer not being a pound per pint, but the unit of measure.
> And pluto is no longer a planet.

No, he's a dog (could not resist). 


> 25Kg is definitely in range for a complete microcomputer, or components of
> a minicomputer.   Or minimal documentation for a system.

Its about half the weight of many minicomputer bits (I think an RK05 drive is about
50kg for example).


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