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Date: Sat, 14 Jan 1995 13:20:50 +0100 From: David.N.de.Swaan.Arons ddsa@xs4all.nl Hallo Ruud, ik, een Pinker, ga er vanuit dat rvtol staat voor Ruud van Tol, ex-Pinker. Ik kwam je tegen bij The Software Museum en dacht "die ken ik, die mail ik". Vandaar. Greetings.
Date: Sun, 15 Jan 1995 22:28:28 -1000 From: Richard Brill rickb@hcc.hawaii.edu Why don't you wait until you have something before you advertise yourself. I get really tired of wasting my time looking at "sorry, we're under construction" messages.
Date: Tue, 17 Jan 95 13:11:59 -800 From: Dan McCollum DMCCOL@metc.doe.gov Strange listing here. Not sure what the purpose is for this.
Date: Tue, 17 Jan 95 19:44:39 -800 From: "Bruce H. Bruemmer" bruce@fs1.itdean.umn.edu I am an archivist for the Charles Babbage Institute at the University of Minnesota, a research center and archives dedicated to the history of information processing. Can you tell me more about your software museum? I have a web site at: http://fs1.itdean.umn.edu/cbi/cbihome.htm
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 1995 07:40:40 -0500 From: Dan McCollum DMCCOL@WPOSMTP.METC.DOE.GOV ... I was "surfing" on the Internet and came across this. Would be nice to see some history on the development of some of the more popular software like WordPerfect, Lotus, etc. Good luck on developing this area.
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 95 08:39:55 EST From: Carl Zaner czaner@smtpgate.ssmc.noaa.gov I have original copies of MS-Multiplan v. 1.2 (1984) and MS-Word v. 1.1 (1984), both licensed to my old AT&T 6300 XT machine. Are you interested in obtaining copies for archival purposes? I would be glad to attach compressed, binary files to an E-Mail message, if you want 'em. Each application occupies only one (1) 360k disc. Let me know.
Date: Wed, 18 Jan 95 21:21:14 -800 From: Eric Stephens eastephe@mailbox.syr.edu I have IBM PC-DOS 1.1! Do you want me to e-mail a directory listing?
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 95 08:41:54 100 From: Arnd Gehrmann arnd@informatik.rwth-aachen.de Hello, it's a fine idea: I will look at the bottom of my desk. There must be some disks/software from the first time's, a IBM PC arrived here in Europe in Nov. 1983. I remember of : MS-Pascal 1.0, DOS 1.x !!!!!!!, dBase 2, Multiplan 1, and so on ... you are interested ?
Date: Thu, 19 Jan 95 16:51:13 -800 From: Ryan Watkins vamp@metaverse.com I think I have a copy of DOS 2.1 (maybe its 2.2) for my PCjr somewhere back at home.... were you interested in a copy or something?
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 95 09:46:01 -800 From: gregory artwhere@lido.Packet.Net you have a great idea here! we are looking for graphics of old operating system manuals/disks to put on a series of t-shirts..perhaps you have some of these? (...)
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 1995 07:18:53 -1000 From: Richard C Brill rickb@hcc.hawaii.edu ... I will look forward to seeing what you have in The Software Museum.
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 95 14:03:43 -2400 From: Roxanne Young roxy24@pacific.pacific.net Do you have any software for Mac format? I would appreciate it. I'm left in the cold so much, that I really appreciate it when someone makes an effort for the Mac users of the world.
From: David Morgan david@inter.nl.net Date: Mon, 23 Jan 95 14:16:32 000 Does my museumkaart work here ?
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 95 11:19:17 +0100 From: Anders Andersson, Dept. of Computer Systems, Uppsala University andersa@DoCS.UU.SE ... I'll probably get back to you later, perhaps to coordinate our efforts to document computer history. I have no time to devote to this thing right now, unfortunately.
Date: Thu, 02 Feb 95 00:47:02 -2400 From: Sparky jims@jims.demon.co.uk This is the strangest Web site I have ever seen. it's so strange in fact that I am going to try and put it in the Web pages of CD-ROM magazine in the UK. Can you email me a short explanation of why you started this project? Incidentally I work at MacUser in my real job and we have many old programs knocking around (Photoshop 1.o, System <5) What would you want froma Mac person? Cheers Jim
Date: Thu, 02 Feb 1995 14:39:51 -0600 From: webpage@playboy.com (Playboy Webpage) Subject: Re: Interview with Bill Gates You may provide a link to the Gates interview from The Software Museum in Amsterdam. Anne Steinfeldt, Online Administrator.
Date: Sat, 04 Feb 95 17:51:57 100 From: webster@xs4all.nl john webster hai ruud, ik schrijf je maar gewoon in het nederlands. ik vind het een goed idee van je. jammer genoeg heb ik niks antieks voor je. ik heb alleen een vraag. vanaf wanneer mogen spullen in het museum? want eigenlijk is alles oud. groeten in amsterdam
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