mikegpc at gmail.com
Tue Oct 6 00:30:27 ADT 2009
On second thought, Except for Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday AM, my
schedule is relatively free this week. It's hard to project anything more
then one week at a time, where I work a part time job, they can set
relatively random hours.
I try not to be wishy-washy but it's hard to figure things out around
school, work and other events.
Just name a time and I'll see what I can build around it.
On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 8:37 AM, Michael Gillie <mikegpc at gmail.com> wrote:
> I love mountains :P. Monday's after 1:00, Tuesdays after 12:00 and
> Saturday's are free days, usually, unless I have to work. Ah yes, the life
> of a student. I might be able to find evenings on the other days.
> I have a habit of drooling over technology.
> On Mon, Oct 5, 2009 at 7:52 AM, Richard Bonner <ak621 at chebucto.ns.ca>wrote:
>> On Sun, 4 Oct 2009, Michael Gillie wrote:
>> > I'm experimenting with embedded Windows XP and Linux in relation to
>> > some of my courses at school. I'm wondering if anyone in the linux
>> > community might have a very old 486 motherboards and CPU's?
>> > I don't really need a case, I just need the MB and CPU. If it has the
>> > style keyboard jack (pre-ps2), I may need a keyboard.
>> > Michael Gillie
>> *** I may possibly have some but won't have a chance to look through
>> what I have for several weeks. Can you wait?
>> If not, if we can agree on a day and time, you could look through
>> what I have. Be aware, though, I have a *lot* of computer stuff in
>> storage. (-:
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> Have a great day,
> Michael C. Gillie
> Skype: hemmysoft
Have a great day,
Michael C. Gillie
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