Building a PC - then & now
Ian S. King
isking at uw.edu
Wed Jan 13 18:59:03 CST 2016
On Wed, Jan 13, 2016 at 4:54 PM, Chuck Guzis <cclist at sydex.com> wrote:
> On 01/13/2016 03:27 PM, William Donzelli wrote:
> In the old days, the shitty kit TVs would have continuous tuners.
> In prewar days, it seems that there more than a couple of offerings.
> Didn't Meissner(they of the "Signal Shifter" VFO) offer a kit TV in the
> 30s/early 40s? I do remember the continuous tuners, though--two bands--and
> one could even tune Channel 1.
> A large number of Heathkit color TVs were built by vets using funding from
> the GI bill. Those were Heath's good days...
ISTR ads in magazines like Popular Electronics offering courses on TV
repair that employed the Heathkit as the learning platform.
Ian S. King, MSIS, MSCS, Ph.D. Candidate
The Information School <http://ischool.uw.edu>
Dissertation: "Why the Conversation Mattered: Constructing a Sociotechnical
Narrative Through a Design Lens
Archivist, Voices From the Rwanda Tribunal <http://tribunalvoices.org>
Value Sensitive Design Research Lab <http://vsdesign.org>
University of Washington
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