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Re: Open Source Software: Antiques never die!



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On 11 Sep, Dan Schultz wrote:
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> Anyhow, since a lot of hams are nostalgic about old radios, why not  be
> nostalgic about old computer code? It is a significant part of amateur
> satellite history.

Don't start on about hams being interested in old computers, or I'll
feed you to a friend of mine...  He plays around with the a replica of
'the original stored program computer'.  And none of this 'bletchley
park' stuff - that was just a glorified weaving machine - I mean the
'Manchester University Mark-1' or 'Baby' as its sometimes referred to.

On your marks, Nobby..  Set... Go..

John

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  John Heaton, G1YYH
  Manchester Computing, Kilburn Building.
  The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester, England, M13-9PL
  pstn://+44-161-275-6011/Hello/Is.Dat-U?
  fax://+44-161-275-6040/screech/warble/ssshhh/beepbeep
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