Thanks to Brian Goode who reminded me about these today! (: Phoenix Type-In 2019 is happening Sunday, June 23rd, from 11am – 3pm. Be there or be elsewhere! Also, in the far east valley there’s the Chandler Sunset Library Type-In coming up this Saturday June 1st from 10:30am-12:30pm. I’ll be at both! I’ll almost certainly […]
Month: May 2019
The Speed-O-Print Model L Automatic Feed Instruction Book
From the recent haul of Parts & Service manuals sent by David B., I found this 1950’s-era The Speed-O-Print Model L Automatic Feed Instruction Manual. Not only is it a quick reference for using an old Spirit Duplicator, it also is wonderfully illustrated in a style that strongly reminds me of Peter Aschwanden‘s work in […]
Upcoming Grist for the Scanner
Weapon of Choice: “Indy” 1959 Tower Chieftain III.
Weird crossover daisywheel machine: Brother Correctronic 8300
Weapon of Choice: 1982 Brother Correctronic 8300 Dealer plaque for Tempe Typewriters, another one lost to time – though not really that long ago.
1928 BMED to be joining the OOPRAP Archive!
Absolutely cannot believe my luck on this one. One Gary Seven queries the Archivist for information on Smith Premiers and this prompts a late night search for a link to the 1928 BMED PDFs online. This turns up a copy for sale at a very budget-friendly price. Considering the rarity of this item, and the […]
AntiX 17.4.1 i386 on Sweet 16 Toshiba Portege M200
Weapon of Choice: “Toshi Station” 2003 Toshiba Portege M200-S838 – 32-bit 1.8 GHz Intel Pentium M 745 Centrino, 2gb DDR 333MHz SDRAM, 30gb IDE SSD, 1400×1050 SXGA+ screen – nVidia GeForce Go 5200 32mb DDR 4X AGP, AntiX 17.4.1 i386. I last wrote about this machine in 2014 when I was trying out different Linuxes, […]