jws at jwsss.com
Fri Sep 4 15:27:34 CDT 2015
He got a big collection of SDS systems which I helped store the tape
drives and printers for. Al was supposed to get the media, but it never
got to me to get to Al and back.
On 9/4/2015 12:54 PM, Tothwolf wrote:
> On Fri, 4 Sep 2015, William Donzelli wrote:
>>> It seems to happen all the time with collectables (I must admit I
>>> have a loft room full, and I don't have anywhere to exhibit) but to
>>> me this needs PEOPLE and then a PLAN and lastly a Kick Starter
>>> project to get it exhibitable, if indeed any of it is exhibit able.
>>> I can't see any responses in a.f.c but if any one can let me know
>>> what the money is needed for and how its going to be spent then I
>>> could start considering donating...
>> Consider, however, that Keys and the Houston Computer Museum has been
>> sort of a black hole for the past 15 years. I do not know if anyone
>> has really seen any sort of exhibit.
>> If a museum did not materialize when he was 55 or 60, they probably
>> are not going to materialize at 70 or 75.
>> And if the Houston Computer Museum is a proper museum, there will be
>> a clause in the bylaws guiding the disposition of the artifacts to
>> other 501c3 entities.
> Keys had a table at VCF SW 3.0 but I'm not sure if that really counts
> as an exhibit.
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