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reply to duncan!vette [message #281271] Mon, 15 June 1987 13:48
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Originally posted by: tom@vaxwaller.UUCP (Tom Cao)
Article-I.D.: vaxwalle.888
Posted: Mon Jun 15 13:48:54 1987
Date-Received: Sun, 21-Jun-87 02:11:31 EDT
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Organization: Varian Instruments, Walnut Creek CA
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Keywords: ti99/4A


	I am posting this to duncan!vette because the e-mail reject
	my reply.
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varian!ihnp4!zehntel!varian!vaxwaller!tom (Tom Cao)
To: pur-ee!pur-phy!duncan!vette

	My interest was mostly in the hardware area because I ran into
some problems. As for the s/w, I usually exchange my cartridges with
fellow-workers here at Varian. There is an output in S.Francisco that
(i mean outfit) by the name of TRITON that sells TI stuff.
For the bay area there is a users'group, but I haven't dealt with them:
SF 99'ers  3751 Elston ave.  Oakland   415-786 1776 (Gary Anderson)

			Hope that helps,  tom



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