the Alpha Micro Phun Machine
caveguy at sbcglobal.net
Fri Nov 9 07:29:12 CST 2007
Here in Columbus Ohio, the fire departments toys-for-tots program is still ran on an alpha micro last I
knew. Last year I had lunch with and talked ablut it their system guy. It tracks the kids from year to year
and matches up donated to familys based on age, sex, interests and needs.
The other Bob
On Thu, 8 Nov 2007 16:52:34 -0800 (PST), Cameron Kaiser wrote:
>> > Hopefully this will be useful to other people who
>> > have been curious about Alpha Micro boxes.
>> > http://ampm.floodgap.com/
>> kewell. I want one.
>I've always liked them. The Salvation Army used Alpha Micros (my suspicion
>is the local corps had an AM-2000, based on the year) for their church
>management software for many years, which is where I got rudimentary
>experience in AMOS.
>It's a shame they're not more common, because they're certainly interesting.
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