Thanks for doing this, gives me the encouragement to get off my butt and upload some scans to archive.org.
Any insight into your workflow? Are you de-spining the mags and hand-scanning the pages on a platen or feeding them through an ADF? Thanks! - Lee - 909.437.0250 - Destroying technology problems. On Fri, Feb 2, 2018 at 9:53 AM, Josh Malone <josh.mal...@gmail.com> wrote: > I don't have a collection for just these items (yet), but most of what > I've uploaded is Tandy 100/102/200 docs, so just check my uploads at: > > https://archive.org/details/@48kram > > There is an existing collections for Tandy/RS books at: > > https://archive.org/details/tandy_books > > You have to be cool to be granted you own collection, and I'm not > "cool" yet. Eventually I think we can qualify for a Model 100 > collection. I'll keep working on it. > > -Josh > > > On Tue, Jan 30, 2018 at 10:20 AM, Kurt McCullum <kurt.mccul...@att.net> > wrote: > > Thanks for doing this Josh. Can you post the links when you done. > > > > KurtOn Jan 26, 2018 1:21 PM, Josh Malone <josh.mal...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> > >> All, > >> > >> I number of years ago, I facilitated uploads of a large number of > >> M100-focused documents to the Internet Archive. During a disk cleanup > >> today, I discovered that my process was never completed, so I'm trying > >> to finish it up. > >> > >> I'm working on the 1986 set of Portable Computing Mag right now. I may > >> find others that I failed to upload as well. > >> > >> Sorry for the oversight. > >> > >> -Josh >