[conspire] anyone want lots of artifacts?

Paul Zander paulz at ieee.org
Sun Mar 28 10:23:54 PDT 2010

Try contacting:

http://www.computerhistory.org/  Having finite space, they are selective, but they did accept my homebrew computer.

Also try:


--- On Sat, 3/27/10, hirohama at gmail.com <hirohama at gmail.com> wrote:

From: hirohama at gmail.com <hirohama at gmail.com>
Subject: [conspire] anyone want lots of artifacts?
To: conspire at linuxmafia.com
Date: Saturday, March 27, 2010, 10:14 PM

I'm moving from the area and am ready to let go of computer-related stuff accumulated from the 70s, 80s and 90s. Textbooks, journal articles (especially in database systems), magazines (like Boardwatch, free publications from CMP, Computer Language, Byte, etc.), free newsweeklies (like Computer Currents and MicroTimes), some miscellaneous old hardware (e.g. Ricochet modem, a 3x CD-ROM reader), as well as some less ancient stuff from the 2000s.

Anyone know of someone(s) who is a hobbyist, historian, archivist, etc. or is willing to pick up the items and store them till they can be given to persons who would be interested?

Any leads would be appreciated.

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