[rescue] Current collections...
fdion at atriumwindows.com
Tue Apr 6 14:30:24 CDT 2004
Dave McGuire wrote:
> On Apr 6, 2004, at 2:55 PM, Steve Sandau wrote:
>>>> Also time to pull out that Heathkit and see if anyone here knows
>>>> anything about it. It belonged to my late boss, someone I admire
>>>> greatly. It was his firct computer, and his wife thought I'd like
>>>> it. I get misty-eyed just typing that...
>>> What model is it?
>> I don't know right off. (That's why I put 'unexplored' in the list --
>> it's at home and I'm not.) I'll get details tonight and post them. I
>> think it has the potential to be the most interesting one of the lot.
> Cool. I'm interested in hearing more about it. Some of the
> Heathkit models were extremely cool.
Yes, quite definitely. Big Heathkit fan, here. They went way, way back
in computing kits. I'd like to find another Heath/Daystrom analog
computer, one day. My college had one, and I got one but it was stolen
(of all things - I cant imagine who would want that) from my storage in
S100. I used to salivate at the video/music card in Byte magasine,
except it was for the S100 bus, and we didn't have anything that would
run that. I was too young to assemble a heathkit computer and hope it
would work, I had enough trouble with simple audio gear. Anybody still
selling S100 kits? :P
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