[Coco] Thanks for the help Guys...
sbeuschlein2 at gmail.com
Tue May 11 21:09:33 EDT 2021
Cocowares.com has them on their sight along with other hardware and software.
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> On May 11, 2021, at 8:51 PM, Christopher R. Hawks <chawks at dls.net> wrote:
> On Tue, 11 May 2021 22:51:42 +0000 (UTC)
> Joe Schutts via Coco <coco at maltedmedia.com> wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I just this minute placed my order for the Switch-A-Roo and another
>> cable. This was ONE of the sites I was looking for on Google. For
>> some reason it didn't come up. Another site I was actually looking
>> for, was a US Site (here) that carried many hardware items for sale
>> (including the Switch-A-Roo AND others items made elsewhere - here
>> included). This site did NOT appear on ANY of the Google searches I
>> did. I think it had the words "CoCo" in the name, but I can't
>> remember what it was or is. Damn that Alzheimer's... Another person I
>> wanted to contact was Richard Lorbieski (sorry Richard if I
>> misspelled your last name) but he E-Mailed me already and I have to
>> get back to him. Also, I'm still waiting to hear back from Ed
>> Snider... One thing I love about the CoCo groupies here is the
>> outstanding help they give to everyone who asks for it. Without this
>> fellowship, this group would not exist. Thank you everyone for
>> that... If anyone can think of that US Site I'm looking for with the
>> "CoCo" in the name, please drop me an E-Mail... Thanks again
>> everyone... And stay safe... Joe...
> maybe? They show quite a bit of the available stuff, but, not all of it.
> Christopher R. Hawks
> How many Unix system vendors does it take to change a light bulb?
> None. All of the light bulbs you have are 'standard variants' and
> as such won't fit your particular implementation of the socket.
> (However you do have the source code for your socket, so .....)
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