I just got back from the Vintage Computer Festival 4.0, which was held in San Jose, California. Boy, am I tired! Boy, did I meet lot of interested C= users and others who appreciate the Commodore. I took a lot of photos and more video (oh no, not more video to add to that of the Chicago C= Expo!). I'll tell more when I have a chance to recover. :-) Congratulations to Cameron Kaiser on his two wins at the exhibit -- second place for the best educational computer (the Tomy Tutor) and a special award for the best simulation of a computer (the Commodore emulating a Tomy Tutor). ...And thanks, Cameron, for the enlightening demo on Hyperlink 2.5. It was extremely interesting. Bone-tired, Robert Bernardo Fresno Commodore User Group P.S. National Public Radio was hovering around VCF on Saturday, and they interviewed me on Commodore issues for the radio. I don't when or if they'll broadcast it, but if anyone finds out, let me know! Of course, if I truly flubbed the interview, then don't let me know. ;-) - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail email@example.com.
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