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New Version of the PPC Archive (Version 2.40) Now Available
10-31-2021, 10:27 PM (This post was last modified: 11-01-2021 02:48 PM by Jake Schwartz.)
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New Version of the PPC Archive (Version 2.40) Now Available
Version 2.40 of the PPC Archive USB drive is now available with roughly 3,300 pages (2 GB) of new material.
Section 1 includes a collection of 8 sets of Handheld Calculator-Session papers (Wescon, Electro, West Coast Computer Faire, NCC) from 1975 to 1979; plus a new PPC Journal five-way Volume-9 (1982) index.
Section 3 adds the Handheld and Portable Computer Club's "inception" article plus Datafile Sample Issue 3;
Section 4 includes 11 formerly-missing issues of the Australian High-Powered Hand Helds (HPHH) newsletter plus the proceedings from the recently-held HHC2021 conference in Nashville.
Section 5 (Educalc Library) adds 135 newly-located EduCALC Newsline message transcripts, nine more miscellaneous EduCALC-related documents, plus six more lessons in the EduCALC Programming Class exercises collection.
Section 6 (HP-related materials) adds 95 new individual documents, 14 additional multiple-issue documents, plus excerpts from two additional Elec-Tek catalogs (bringing the total to 28 issues from 1981 to 1996)
For more information, please check here.
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Jake
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10-31-2021, 11:38 PM
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RE: New Version of the PPC Archive (Version 2.40) Now Available
Hi Jake,

Very Impressive. That's a lot of work you have done.

I'll have to get mine ordered later this week.

One comment - you might want to put a link at the top of the page that will go directly to the ordering info. I almost gave up while scrolling to the bottom.

73
Bill WD9EQD
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11-01-2021, 12:14 AM
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RE: New Version of the PPC Archive (Version 2.40) Now Available
This is IMHO the best (if not the biggest) update to the PPC Archive to date, an amazing amount of new stuff has been added in nearly every section of the Archive. Even if someone purchased or updated a year ago, the amazing new breadth and diversity of documents makes the upgrade easily worthwhile.

Recommended for all HP fans, you won't regret it. Smile

--Bob Prosperi
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11-01-2021, 02:47 PM
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RE: New Version of the PPC Archive (Version 2.40) Now Available
(10-31-2021 11:38 PM)Bill (Smithville NJ) Wrote:  Hi Jake,

Very Impressive. That's a lot of work you have done.

I'll have to get mine ordered later this week.

One comment - you might want to put a link at the top of the page that will go directly to the ordering info. I almost gave up while scrolling to the bottom.

73
Bill WD9EQD
Smithville, NJ

<sarcasm on>
I didn't know that scrolling to the bottom was that much of a burden :-)
<sarcasm off>

Sounds like a pretty good idea ...I'll fashion something up there.
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Jake
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11-04-2021, 04:16 AM
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RE: New Version of the PPC Archive (Version 2.40) Now Available
(11-01-2021 12:14 AM)rprosperi Wrote:  This is IMHO the best (if not the biggest) update to the PPC Archive to date, an amazing amount of new stuff has been added in nearly every section of the Archive. Even if someone purchased or updated a year ago, the amazing new breadth and diversity of documents makes the upgrade easily worthwhile.

Recommended for all HP fans, you won't regret it. Smile

Just sent the funds - I agree with Bob.
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11-05-2021, 10:11 AM
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RE: New Version of the PPC Archive (Version 2.40) Now Available
(11-01-2021 02:47 PM)Jake Schwartz Wrote:  <sarcasm on>
I didn't know that scrolling to the bottom was that much of a burden :-)
<sarcasm off>

It has more to do with my short attention span. Smile

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11-05-2021, 05:18 PM
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RE: New Version of the PPC Archive (Version 2.40) Now Available
(11-05-2021 10:11 AM)Bill (Smithville NJ) Wrote:  
(11-01-2021 02:47 PM)Jake Schwartz Wrote:  <sarcasm on>
I didn't know that scrolling to the bottom was that much of a burden :-)
<sarcasm off>

It has more to do with my short attention span. Smile

Bill

There is a link there now.
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