Subject: Re: Pdp-11 Revisited
To: joseph p bennardo <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Johnny Billquist <email@example.com>
Date: 04/26/2002 22:21:47
On Fri, 26 Apr 2002, joseph p bennardo wrote:
> For all those who doubted my intentions.......Read this
> I was able to convince the company who has 10 PDP-11 to donate one of the
> PDP 11/45 computers to the museum in Rhode Island (??) that was mentioned
> on the list. Please contact me privately. I will need all information on
> this museum to forward to the proper people. Contact me off list.
Good work indeed.
> And what about the other PDP 11s? They will probably be destroyed. At
> least I can save one or two.
That will be sad, however. Can't they be donated to interested people
instead? For the same price as the scap value or something?
(Heck, in Sweden that would mean paying for someone to take them, since it
nowadays cost money to scrap old computers, the going rate is something
like 60 cents per kilo, or 30 cents per pound...)
Update just junked 2.4 metric tons of computer equipment. It wasn't
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