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 PostPost subject: [OFFER] A list of interesting finds ...        Posted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 4:05 am 
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Hi all,

I am back with more cool stuff I found digging through my new collection. I made a list of things I thought this community (and mrpijey) would enjoy that I've been able to image and scan since my last set of material.

Windows NT 4.0 Application Sampler (Aug 1996)
MS Sales Seminar CD (Feb 1995)*
MS Internet Explorer/NFL Super Bowl XXX Promotional CD (December 1995)
MS Tech Eval Seminar (Windows 95 + Office 95) (Feb 1996)
MS Home 42 Product Sampler (May 1994)
Discover MS Office 2000 (October 1999)
Texas Instruments Digital Signal Processor Solutions CD
Texas Instruments Mixed Signal and Analog InfoNavigator CD (September 1996)
Texas Instruments Advanced System Logic - Logic Selection Guide and Databook CD (January 1997)
Texas Instruments TMS320C6x Digital Signal Processor CD (March 1997)
Intel Faster, Simpler Networks (1996)
Autodesk Multimedia Explorer CD (1991)
6th International Conference & Exposition on Multimedia and CD-ROM (MS Sponsored) CD (1991)
Sierra Silent Thunder A10 Tank Killer II (1996)

*This was a burned CD I found in a bunch of other MS stuff and I am not sure where it came from but the content is awesome. It is a CD that someone selling Microsoft products would use to create corporate presentations. I wonder if someone in the office at that time made a copy from a MS salesperson or something.

Also, is there any interest in PrintMaster Platinum 8.0? It is MASSIVE with 11 CDs. If there is I can upload it but if not it would just eat a ton of space.


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 PostPost subject: Re: [OFFER] A list of interesting finds ...        Posted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 5:42 am 
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can you tell me more about the early 90's multimedia stuff?

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 PostPost subject: Re: [OFFER] A list of interesting finds ...        Posted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 10:51 am 
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I'm interested in the first one, the NT4 Application Sampler as well as the Discover MS Office 2000 CD.

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 PostPost subject: Re: [OFFER] A list of interesting finds ...        Posted: Fri Sep 08, 2017 10:53 am 
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I would be much interested in the Microsoft stuff along with the Silent Thunder game, and the PrintMaster kit if you're willing to put that on the table as well... It may be big, but it's still original and worth saving :).

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 PostPost subject: Re: [OFFER] A list of interesting finds ...        Posted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 3:37 am 
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I would be much interested in the Microsoft stuff along with the Silent Thunder game, and the PrintMaster kit if you're willing to put that on the table as well... It may be big, but it's still original and worth saving :).


Indeed, that's why I offered. :) I didn't want to upload 11 CDs worth of content if it wasn't of interest. Actually since you want me to add that I also have a copy of the previous PrintMaster 7.0 Publishing Suite and American Greetings Create-A-Card Plus 2 that I can throw in.

Sure, I can upload the MS discs. I also have MS Cinemania 96. Is there a good image of that on the FTP server or should I add that too? On that note I also have "Blockbuster Video's Guide to Movies and Video" for Macs. (1995)

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can you tell me more about the early 90's multimedia stuff?


Honestly, no. They need a Windows 3.1/DOS system and I haven't had time to break out a VM (or hardware for that matter) and try them out. I can upload them since early 1990s multimedia stuff is usually pretty interesting as a PC history thing.


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 PostPost subject: Re: [OFFER] A list of interesting finds ...        Posted: Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:46 am 
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Honestly, no. They need a Windows 3.1/DOS system and I haven't had time to break out a VM (or hardware for that matter) and try them out. I can upload them since early 1990s multimedia stuff is usually pretty interesting as a PC history thing.


Please, do I will try them out on my own.

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