Restoring a VT50 (VT52 actually) .
chrise at pobox.com
Thu Dec 28 17:28:08 CST 2017
On Thursday (12/28/2017 at 11:58AM -0800), Chuck Guzis via cctalk wrote:
> On 12/28/2017 11:44 AM, Stefan Skoglund via cctalk wrote:
> > Surströmming isn't a christmas tradition.
> > It is more like a late august,september tradition (or in summer together
> > with the season potatoes, onion and bread.)
> > the sale of this year surströmming was until 1998 legally delayed until
> > the third thursday in august (the herring is fished in early spring
> > april-may.)
> Neither are selenium rectifiers a Christmas tradition--at least not in
> any society that I know of.
> Just trying to throw a little aroma into the mix. I suppose one could
> also add durian for a memorably odoriferous experience.
I worked for a startup back around 2001 that liked to name their servers
after various fruits. When the Compaq Itanium box arrived, I was the
one that picked the hostname "durian" for it...
My family has a tradition of Doppa i Grytan on Christmas Eve. I think the
awesome smell of the fresh rye bread cancels out any burning rectifiers
or durian fruit by a long shot ;-)
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