HHC2007 website updated with a surprise!



#2

http://www.holyjoe.net/hhc2007/

Go here and click on the small image of the HP35 at the top of the page. The suprise is on the page it takes you to.

At this point, we have well over 30 registered attendees.

While you're there, consider whether you can come and register to do so. Enjoy time with fellow calculator nuts, ahem, enthusiasts and help celebrate the 35th anniversary of the HP35.


#3

Hi Gene.

Got the original HP35 brochure - what a nice present :-) !

At that time I was just starting my 1st year in the school....

Best regards.

Giancarlo

#4

Quote:
http://www.holyjoe.net/hhc2007/

Go here and click on the small image of the HP35 at the top of the page. The suprise is on the page it takes you to.

At this point, we have well over 30 registered attendees.

While you're there, consider whether you can come and register to do so. Enjoy time with fellow calculator nuts, ahem, enthusiasts and help celebrate the 35th anniversary of the HP35.


FYI, The registration list is above 40 now.

Also, below that HP35 brochure link is a new one called "other legacy literature" where there currently are nine high-res pdf scans of "ancient" HP calculator brochures, for your enjoyment. More will be added shortly.

See you in San Diego,

Jake Schwartz


#5

Those brochures are lots of fun. Are those your scans? Thanks so much for making them available!

Regards,
Howard


#6

The scans (and brochures) are mine. More scans will be posted in a few days / week.

I've kept those for quite some time. :-)


#7

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The scans (and brochures) are mine. More scans will be posted in a few days / week.

I've kept those for quite some time. :-)



The page now has twenty brochures, with more coming...should bring a smile to your face.

Jake Schwartz


#8

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The page now has twenty brochures ... should bring a smile to your face.

Oh yeah :-)))
#9

Hi Jake.

There's an Italian proverb that says :"L'appetito vien mangiando"

that in English could sound like "the more you eat, the more appetite you get"...

Any further brochures :-) ?

Seriously: great stuff, great gift, thanks a lot !!!

Best regards

Giancarlo

Edited: 12 June 2007, 11:49 a.m.

#10

Thanks a lot for these files! I'd love to see you guys in San Diego, it's just a bit far (only 11 hours flight time :-)


#11

Bring along your favorite handheld programmable, and make good use of all that extra time!

Edited: 12 June 2007, 10:48 a.m.


#12

Congratulations, you killed the very root cause with your first shot! In fact, the bigger part of the problem is to get the time off and the $$$ for the travelling expenses. Sorted: time off > $$$ > flight time.


#13

Well, I suspected you could probably figure out something to do with a few idle hours.

Yes, the money & time are significant factors, aren't they? Fortunately for me, I've relatives in the area, and I'm "just up the coast" a bit.


#14

If anyone wants to foot the $1500 bill for my flight from Australia, I'll happily attend and show off my new RPN calc design.

Dave.


#15

Hey, Dave, there is queuing here!!


#16

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Hey, Dave, there is queuing here!!

Yeah, but the person with the longest flight wins right? :->

Dave.


#17

OK, can you pick me up? :-)


#18

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OK, can you pick me up? :-)

I think the only land between Sydney and mainland USA is Hawaii, which I'll gladly stop at for a pick-up.
I'll take business class please!

Dave.


#19

Come on, Europe is worth a detour, so fly the other way round! If you won't insist on C, the money will be sufficient for 2*Y :-)


#20

Nope - definitely no reason to detour Europe, especially the UK. They might just fine you for not disposing of your spare keystrokes in a carbon friendly manner.

Move along please!

#21

Quote:
Yeah, but the person with the longest flight wins right? :->

I've got to travel further. My fight to the USA typically goes via Sydney :-)


- Pauli


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