Re: Re-Introducing the First, and Fully Functional, Lisa Emulator

From: Hex Star <hexstar_at_email.domain.hidden>
Date: Tue, 30 Jan 2007 10:36:31 -0800

ah nice find...definetly gonna get those this afternoon :D ...been doing some googling myself and didn't come up with those links so thanks :-) (I don't seem to have the best luck finding much vintage mac material via google)

On 1/30/07, Brian Foley <bfoley_at_email.domain.hidden> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 29, 2007 at 11:00:05PM -0800, Hex Star wrote:
> > I personally don't see how right clicking on a folder of images and
> > choosing the archive option is very time consuming at all...if
> someone
> > else would be willing to save all the images for the various manuals
> and
> > other neat Lisa information books Ray has uploaded to folders
> separating
> > the books and images that belong to the various books and then zip
> > everything up and upload it to somewhere like [1],
> Or, you could do a bit of googling, and find that a lot of the Lisa
> documentation scans are already available bundled up as PDFs on 1000BiT:
> Cheers,
> Brian.
> >

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