[Cialug] Apple and Intel

John.Lengeling at radisys.com John.Lengeling at radisys.com
Wed Jun 8 11:10:48 CDT 2005

Get ready to take a double dose of meds....

I also worked extensively with 3B1, 3B2, 3B5, 3B15.  Never worked on any 
of the 3B20s
Got to love these old AT&T computers...

I also assume you remember the infamous ihnp4.

Looks like pacbell named their computers in a simular way.

Stephen Hawkins <ng0g at mchsi.com> 
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06/08/2005 10:53 AM
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Re: [Cialug] Apple and Intel


On Wednesday 08 June 2005 09:53, John.Lengeling at radisys.com wrote:
> FYI, way back when...circa 1987 Microsoft had a version of MS-Word
> (version 2 or something) which ran under UNIX.
> I purchased it for an AT&T 3B2 computer running SYSV for word processing
> in the admissions department at a university.

3B2!!!  Holy vi! Quick get me a Guinness, I'm having a flash back.  When I 

started working for PacBell, that was what nearly everybody in the company 

that had access to a computer used.  Dumb terminals on the desk top, and 
logged into one of pbhya thru pbhyj, which was a bank of 3B2's buried deep 
the bowels of Bishop Ranch.  I have not thought about 3B2's in a very long 

time.  I may have to spend the rest of the day taking medication for this. 

73 49 111 01001001
Stephen Hawkins NG0G
ng0g at arrl.net

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