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Wed Sep 7 00:25:03 CDT 2016

In a message dated 9/6/2016 10:13:30 P.M. US Mountain Standard Time,  
derschjo at writes:

On  9/6/16 9:09 PM, Jason Howe wrote:

> On 09/06/2016 08:59 PM, Mark  Linimon wrote:
>> On Tue, Sep 06, 2016 at 06:16:23PM -0700, Al Kossow  wrote:
>>> There is also a Unicomp 18 bit minicomputer, paper tape  reader,
>>> and FFT processor circa 1972 in the garage (6ft rack)  with full
>>> documentation.
>> I think it would be a  damned shame if this went to recycling.  I can't
>> drive the 30  hours to come get it though.  (tbh the '99 pickup truck
>> does  not have that kind of trip left in it anyways.)
>>  mcl
> That sounds amazing.  I'm in Seattle.  My time is pretty  tight these 
> days, but if someone up here was interested, I might be  persuaded to 
> do a tag-team driving run over a weekend.  My '81  Ford has plenty of 
> life left in her.
> I don't think  I'm interested in it personally though, as I really have 
> no idea what  an Unicomp minicomputer is in the grand scheme of things...
>  --Jason

I'd join you on that trip, except I have no idea where  I'd fit another 
6' rack at the moment... ah, physical space is a harsh  mistress...

- Josh

think of it this way... if  you have an 8 something foot ceiling and  you 
have a row of 6 foot tacks there is room for one more rack.... LAYING ACROSS  
THE TO SIDEWISE!    Ed#  <grin!>

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