carrollwaddell at sc.rr.com
Sat Aug 12 19:53:04 CDT 2006
WVerish at aol.com wrote:
> Dear Carroll:
> I am glad you enjoyed the disk. I told my wife that
> you must be some sort of engineer because of all the great help you
> have been. I babysat an IBM 1440 way" back in the day" when I was
> earning extra money for college, and it was a great experience. I was
> lucky to get the job, even if it was only during the holidays.
> The tapes loaded well, and I feel better knowing I
> can keep them as a backup if I run into problems with my copies. I
> have been scouring the net for more memory so I can write bigger BASIC
> programs that can handle strings. If you should come across anything
> in your net surfing I would appreciate it if you drop me a line.
> Very best to you and your family,
What kind of memory are you looking for? What memory boards do you have
now? I designed and built a 64K memory board that I am using in my H8.
Mine is on an H8 wire wrap prototype board. I have made one board, but I
gave it to a member of the group. If there were enough interest in the
group, I could get some PCB's made.
Let me know what you're looking for, and I'll keep an eye out.
PS. I remember the 1440. plus the 1401, 1402, 1403, 1442, 1130, 1800,
System 360, System 7, Series 1, RISC 6000, old iron, keypunch, and on and on
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