From: Richard (legalize_at_xmission.com)
Date: 2005-11-10 18:12:01
In article <Pine.BSO.firstname.lastname@example.org>, William Levak <email@example.com> writes: > Sorting out which is which is a lot of work. 5.25 disks are still=20 > available and are cheaper than they used to be. It may be a lot easier t= > o=20 > just buy some, especially if you can find a dealer that is still stuck=20 > with a stock of them, which he may be glad to get rid of at a reduced=20 > price. I still see unopend boxes for sale at rummage sales. There is a vendor local to Salt Lake City that has lots of old C=64 era stuff (he specializes in C=64 items). I've been to his store and he is a reputable stand-up sort of guy. You may or may not like his prices, but I didn't find them outrageous :-) but they also weren't bargain basement. This is their web site: <http://www.oldsoftware.com/> For members of this list, I'll go physically inspect something (maybe even take photos for you) if you are in doubt about something he offers. -- "The Direct3D Graphics Pipeline"-- code samples, sample chapter, FAQ: <http://www.xmission.com/~legalize/book/> Pilgrimage: Utah's annual demoparty <http://pilgrimage.scene.org> Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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