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antedeluvian
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Now posted on the Internet Archive
antedeluvian   1/30/2014 6:26:10 PM
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From what I can see most of my archive has benn posted on the Internet Archive

This is the message I just received

Here are links to the the collections:
https://archive.org/details/manuals-advancedmicrodevices
https://archive.org/details/manuals-agilent
https://archive.org/details/manuals-analogdevices
https://archive.org/details/manuals-arcnet
https://archive.org/details/manuals-arrow
https://archive.org/details/manuals-batteries
https://archive.org/details/manuals-cermetek
https://archive.org/details/manuals-communication
https://archive.org/details/manuals-controlpidfuzzylogic
https://archive.org/details/manuals-dallassemiconductor
https://archive.org/details/manuals-datel
https://archive.org/details/manuals-densitron
https://archive.org/details/manuals-echelon
https://archive.org/details/manuals-faulttolerance
https://archive.org/details/manuals-fluke
https://archive.org/details/manuals-harris
https://archive.org/details/manuals-hewlettpackard
https://archive.org/details/manuals-hitachi
https://archive.org/details/manuals-ibm-microsoft
https://archive.org/details/manuals-intel
https://archive.org/details/manuals-internationalrectifier
https://archive.org/details/manuals-intersil
https://archive.org/details/manuals-linearcircuits
https://archive.org/details/manuals-lineartechnologies
https://archive.org/details/manuals-maxim
https://archive.org/details/manuals-misc
https://archive.org/details/manuals-monolithicmemories
https://archive.org/details/manuals-motorola
https://archive.org/details/manuals-nationalsemiconductor
https://archive.org/details/manuals-philips
https://archive.org/details/manuals-quantumelectronics
https://archive.org/details/manuals-rca
https://archive.org/details/manuals-rectifiersscrstriacs
https://archive.org/details/manuals-scenix
https://archive.org/details/manuals-sgs
https://archive.org/details/manuals-signetics
https://archive.org/details/manuals-standardmicrosystems
https://archive.org/details/manuals-statek
https://archive.org/details/manuals-stdbus
https://archive.org/details/manuals-sundry
https://archive.org/details/manuals-supertex
https://archive.org/details/manuals-temperature
https://archive.org/details/manuals-texasinstruments
https://archive.org/details/manuals-visualstudioandvisualbasicmagazine
https://archive.org/details/manuals-zilog




DrQuine
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A Labor of Love
DrQuine   1/24/2014 10:25:26 PM
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This is an extraordinary project that you've undertaken. Ideally these documents would exist in the on-line archives of the various chip manufacturers that made the original devices. Given the fact that many valuable resources are allowed to disappear by their creators, it is wonderful that you've preserved the documents. I wonder whether the vendors could agree to a public posting with clear acknowledgement of their ownership of the material.  That would benefit the engineering community, provide free advertising to the vendors, and provide a widely available reference library.

Richard.Davis_#6
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Re: would like a copy of data books
Richard.Davis_#6   1/4/2014 1:39:28 AM
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I sent you an email with the particulars that you requested.

Please ping me if you don't get the email for some reason.

Thank you,

Rich

antedeluvian
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Re: would like a copy of data books
antedeluvian   1/3/2014 3:55:41 PM
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Richard (or is it Nads?)

I would love to have a copy of your data books.

I have sent a reply to you via your email. Thanks for the kind comments.

 

Richard.Davis_#6
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would like a copy of data books
Richard.Davis_#6   1/3/2014 3:39:12 PM
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I would love to have a copy of your data books. If you are willing, I can send you a couple of USB drives and you can keep one and send the other back to me with your data. Or any other method you would like. Of course I'll pay postage etc. I just want them for my personal use in my home reference library. Please contact me at: r_nads_mcdavis2@nadsmcdavis.com (A little gee-whiz information on me.) I am currently assigned with the US military in Japan. I have been in the simulation field since 1973. Thank you for all the time, effort, and blood you spent on preserving these databooks. Nads

Philip_SV
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Repository for scanned data books
Philip_SV   12/23/2013 8:47:13 PM
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Another appropriate destination for your hard work of scanning data books is

http://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/pdf/

which already has data books from many chip manufacturers.

The archivist is Al Kosow , who also works at the Computer History Museum.

His email address is at the bottom of this page  http://bitsavers.trailing-edge.com/

 

DMcCunney
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Re: Lp's And torrent
DMcCunney   12/20/2013 11:15:02 AM
I offered it to other members of my family who also have extensive LP collections, but none were as enthusiastic about the idea. 

I've considered it, since I own about 1,200 vinyl LPs (and used to have more.)


Many are obscure enough that I'm the only person I know who has heard of them, the costs of replacement with CD would be prohibitive, and many never got a CD release.

The killer here wouldn't be the time to play and record to MP3, or even the post processing to do audio cleanup.  It would be doing things like splitting albums into tracks, and adding all the meta data that comes as part of a CD.  I'd want things laike album name, track name an time, band members, producer, engineer, what musicians played on what tracks...life is too short.

And the LPs aren't going anywhere.  I still have a working turntable, and I treasure the cover art.


DMcCunney
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Re: Data Book Archive Copy
DMcCunney   12/20/2013 11:03:22 AM
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Is there a Torrent?

No. As I said elsewhere, I live in the past. I know very little about this and I am not about to start right now.

It's worth learning a bit about, regardless.


Bit Torrent is a file sharing protocol. The intent is to reduce the load on servers by decentralizing distribution.  A torrent file contains a description of the content being shared, and a pointer to a tracker that maintains a list of systems that have all or part of the referenced content.

When you load a torrent file into a bit torrent client, it establishes contact with the tracker, gets the list of other systems that have the content, establishes TCP connections to them, and begins sharing.  The key to bit torrent is that it's bi-directional.  At the same time you are downloading parts of the content you don't have, you are uploading parts you do have to systems that want those parts.  It's possible to download via bit torrent without uploading, but it will be very slow by design.

Bit torrent is simply a protocool, and as such can be used for good or ill.  I run it here, and happen to be seeding current releases of Ubuntu and Libre Office with it.  It's quite legal, and the torrent files I used came from Ubuntu and LO.

It's all a matter of what you choose to share.

DMcCunney
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Re: Lp's And torrent
DMcCunney   12/20/2013 10:48:48 AM
Have you consider to put a torrent of this collection?, with the size of the hard drives and the speed of inernet this days probably some people will like to share this collection.

Not a good idea.  The work is all protected by copyright, and sharing in that manner is illegal.  There was a furor a while back because the RIAA had been creating "poison" torrent files that would provide them a list of IP addresses sharing music files, then trace who the IP addresses belobged to and sue them.  Torrent sites like The Pirate Bay came under intense pressure, and many no longer exist.


A similar sitution exists with movies, and the SOPA and PIPA legislation was intended to squelch sharing as well.  It was based on a false premise - that those who downloaded pirated films would buy instead if they couldn't get them free - but it's an indication of how seriously the media conglomerates take the issue. 


antedeluvian
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Re: Data Book Archive Copy
antedeluvian   12/19/2013 9:43:08 AM
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Jay

I would like a copy of your electronic Data Book Archive.

I think I replied to you via LinkedIn (that is I did reply, but I not sure if the message got sent)- at any rate contact me at akagan at emphatec dot com


Is there a Torrent?


No. As I said elsewhere, I live in the past. I know very little about this and I am not about to start right now. I am going to send the archive to the Internet Archive (www.archive.org) next year- after that it is up to them as to how they will put it on the Internet.

 

 

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