On Thu, 2 Jul 1998, Levente Harsfalvi wrote: > BTW you told me you have no relations to music, do you? Since I got a Blaupunkt Florenz 20351, an 8-tube stereo radio receiver about a year ago, I have started listening to music. A few weeks ago I went even further and hooked a portable CD player to it. I know, mixing transistor stuff with valves is like polluting a computer with M$ software, but my excuse is that I cannot always receive Classic FM, a small classical music radio station. I must say that for me, a disco is lightyears away from the feeling when I listen to the masterpieces of Strauss, Chopin and others from the radio. And transistor devices lack the smell that comes from the radio's wooden case after it warms up, and there is no ticking noise (of the tubes) when you switch the power off. The day before yesterday I was in Berlin in the Europa-Zenter (sp?) building. There was a water-operated clock, with two water-bar displays: one for the hours and another for minutes. It was really amazing. I wonder if anyone has tried to build a computer that works with water. Hmm, I must stop before I start thinking that 8-bit computers are too modern for me. :-) Marko - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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