Date : Thu, 27 Aug 1987 12:37:25 GMT
From : email@example.com (Alan Percy)
Subject: Re: No-slot Clocks (ZTIME-I)
If any of you ZTIME-I or other clock owners are interested, I could
post the collection of public domain software from our Application
Users Disk. Because many of the clocks use the MM58167, it should
be useful for others.
I will have to somehow get it all packaged together.
All of it includes source code, but is that what all you folks
want? I don't have 'arc' for my CP/M machine, so if you folks
would like the binaries 'arced', someone would have to send me
a uuencoded arc (not 'arced' please). Then, where should I post it?
Additionally, if you people have some software that never made it
to the A.U.G. Disk, send it to me soon and I will include it.
Please follow the instructions in the ZTIME-I manual for AUG
submissions, or mail them to me here (see signature).
Lastly, we are still here...but at a new address and phone number.
(My office manager and I had a parting of ways)
30 Suncrest Dr.
Rochester, NY 14609
(716) 654-7356 Evenings
It seems that the Computer Journal has taken summer vacation????
That's where we have been advertising lately. Much cheaper, thus
we can pass the savings along to you.... You should see what
MicroCornucopia and Computer Shopper did to their ad rates......WOW!
I would get a nose bleed when the bills came in!!!
Anyway I guess I'll be reading this news group and checking my mail
for feedback on the clock software.
-----------> Owner of Kenmore Computer Technologies <------------
If you think I'll ever admit to anything, you're crazier than I am!!!!