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Uncredited HPmuseum pic ? - mapet - 03-25-2003

http://ster.sklephp.pl/index.php?kat=106&PHPSESSID=85c30aa95428fae49874a41960affa43&PHPSESSID=85c30aa95428fae49874a41960affa43


Re: Uncredited HPmuseum pic ? - Michel Beaulieu - 03-25-2003

What is this site about? I can't read the language. It's really the picture we can se on the museum home page...


Me too - Dave Hicks - 03-26-2003

Can anyone tell me what this is about?


It looks like a Polish HP-products retailer - Karl Schneider - 03-26-2003

The Website and language is Polish (note the *.pl web domain), and seems to be in Warsaw (one of the rotating gif's says "Warszawy", and lists phone #'s. I can interpret only a few words from context.

It looks like a Polish HP-products retailer that found/stole/borrowed a fitting image.


Re: Me too - mapet - 03-26-2003

It's Polish retailer. It sells HP calcs and other HP products. They have HP 32SII listed for about $100.


Thanks - Dave Hicks - 03-26-2003

I sent them an email requesting that they credit it or remove it. Now we'll see if their English is better than my Polish. (It couldn't be worse ;-))


I can translate it for you if you wish. - mapet - 03-27-2003

I can translate it for you if you wish.


'muzeum kalkulatorow HP'... - Raymond Del Tondo - 03-27-2003

Hi Dave,

I lokked today,
and now it's credited 'somehow':
The tooltip shows 'muzeum kalkulatorow HP'...

Regards,

Raymond


Re: 'muzeum kalkulatorow HP'... - Chris Randle (UK) - 03-27-2003

Also, the graphic is a hotlink to www.hpmuseum.org


They obviously do quite well with English - Dave Hicks - 03-27-2003

And respond quickly too. That wasn't quite the way I imagined crediting the image but I think it's fine.

Thank you for pointing it out.


Re: They obviously do quite well with English - Massimo Gnerucci (Italy) - 03-28-2003

After all... how could we have RPN without Poland?
:-)

Regards,
Massimo


Re: They obviously do quite well with English - Spice_Man - 03-28-2003

If you ever want to translate Polish to English or vice-versa, try this site:

www.poltran.com


You can copy and paste into this site to translate complete paragraphs.

Spicey