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Mike Maginnis
This was announced on the LisaList. Pretty exciting if you’re a fan of the Apple Lisa.
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bibbleco 24 Dec 17
Replying to @CallMeThatMike
Reading the Lisa review in Personal Computer World was one of those life changing things. I was lucky to be in the age window where it wasn't incomprehensible and my capacity for excitement wasn't too ablated by experience
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Aaru Data Preservation Suite 24 Dec 17
Replying to @CallMeThatMike
Well, except we are @DiscImageChef but anyway :p Greatful to have helped in this achievement for historial preservation!
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J 24 Dec 17
Replying to @CallMeThatMike
Awesome! Is there any way the original files (w/o conversions) might be available, for preservation, in case something went wrong w/ conversion process?
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Ben Zanin 24 Dec 17
Replying to @mhoye @textfiles and 2 others
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Rialagma 24 Dec 17
Replying to @CallMeThatMike
Wait, I thought LISA was a failure in term of profit. Can someone elaborate on its importance to the community?
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liljenstolpe 25 Dec 17
Replying to @Rialagma
There are a lot of systems that were a failure in terms of profit, but still quite important to the evolution of the field. $$ isn't everything.
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Christopher Scott 25 Dec 17
Replying to @CallMeThatMike
The computing history nerd in me is PSYCHED about this!
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Andy Baker 25 Dec 17
Replying to @CallMeThatMike
First time I ever used a mouse. I spent 5 minutes just playing with the rubber band outline on the desktop. Shortly after that the salesman threw 12 year old me out of the posh showroom.
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Linces Marques 26 Dec 17
Replying to @CallMeThatMike
wow
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Kanthala Raghu 27 Dec 17
Replying to @CallMeThatMike
I guess it's good from preservation standpoint, but not usable for anything else. I would prefer Apple to be more open with their current products.
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