[rescue] ACM Publications, circa 1970, in Atlanta GA
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Tue May 17 14:50:00 CDT 2011
If there's anyone in Atlanta that can rescue the SIGGRAPH, SIGCHI and
Journal of Computing History portions of it, I'll cover shipping costs
to me and give them some money for their time.
In article <BANLkTimSRdNWh-xyFojJ9JEADOfpCXd2uQ at mail.gmail.com>,
Sparr <sparr0 at gmail.com> writes:
> I apologize for the poor timing of this. Had I known there was
> interest, and that they were being discarded, earlier I would have
> made better arrangements.
> They are at 675 Metropolitan Pkwy, Atlanta GA 30310. The gate code to
> enter the complex is 9171* and they are stacked near the dumpsters at
> the middle of the complex.
> They include publications from every SIG, including SIGGRAPH and
> SIGPLAN and SIGCHI and ...
> The stack has suffered a few minutes of rain damage. I would say that
> 10% of them got wet, although they are in a relatively dense stack on
> a pallet so the ones on the bottom and in the middle are still fine.
> On Mon, May 16, 2011 at 9:45 AM, Sparr <sparr0 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > A local geek organization is discarding a few thousand ACM
> > publications from around 1968-1982. It includes complete years of
> > Transactions, Journals, conference programs, various periodicals, etc.
> > It's about one pallet load of boxes, so it would be expensive and
> > complicated to ship. If anyone is willing and able to rescue them
> > before they get recycled, let me know.
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