jason at textfiles.com
Tue Jan 5 16:03:57 CST 2016
I threw it to 50-50 when I weighed in the possibility that he might find an
organization willing to pay him something ridiculous to have the archive
posthumously. If that doesn't happen, yeah, 90-10.
On Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 4:58 PM, Rich Alderson <
RichA at livingcomputermuseum.org> wrote:
> From: Jason Scott
> Sent: Tuesday, January 05, 2016 1:53 PM
> > On Tue, Jan 5, 2016 at 3:27 PM, jwsmobile <jws at jwsss.com>> wrote:
> >> On a tangent, from a lecture 35 years ago by Harlan Ellison, I hope all
> >> his papers are preserved and transcribed. He had about 15 4 drawer
> >> cabinets of work notes at that time, probably double or triple that
> now. I
> >> think at the time he worked manually as well.
> > As someone who's dealt with Harlan Ellison on multiple fronts. I will
> > you the chances he will burn those drawers is 50-50.
> Though I've never met him, I have friends who have worked for him. We
> put it at 90-10.
> Rich Alderson
> Vintage Computing Sr. Systems Engineer
> Living Computer Museum
> 2245 1st Avenue S
> Seattle, WA 98134
> mailto:RichA at LivingComputerMuseum.org
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