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From: Jim Brown jbrown at cyberramp.net
Date: Fri Mar 12 21:43:38 CST 1999

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>Date: Fri, 12 Mar 1999 21:30:58 -0600 (EST)
>From: Wade Maxfield <maxfield at one.ctelcom.net>
>To: dprglist at dprg.org
>Subject: linux-friendly hardware (fwd)
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>  This is <slightly> off target.  But I bet that a "used" parts place that
>sells computing parts would be of interest to this group.
>
>  I subscribe to too many groups!
>
>wade
>
>
>To: caldera-users at rim.caldera.com
>Subject: linux-friendly hardware
>
>greetings!
>
>for the longest time i had been searching for a postscript cartridge
>for my laserjet III, to no avail. (by the way -- ghostscript prints
>perfectly to aforementioned printer, so i'm not entirely sure what the
>benefit is. speed, maybe?)
>
>anyway, two days ago, on the same day, i found two of 'em. one was from
>an outfit that wanted $175 for it. the other was from a place that
>wanted $25. guess which one i got.
>
>anyway, i looked at these people's page and found all manner of stuff
>-- parts, peripherals, full machines -- that are essentially used stuff
>at really low prices. the thing is, this stuff is all from before this
>winmodem/winprinter stuff. all sorts of things that you wish you had
>gotten one of when they were available.
>
>let it be noted that i have no interest, financial or otherwise in this
>place. but it's one of those places to bookmark if you can't find
>something anywhere else, or want a cheap but good printer, or whatever.
>
>it's http://www.backthruthefuture.com
>
>just fyi.
>
>--
>dep__________________________________________________________________
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>                01-01-01 is when the millennium begins.
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