Time to be seriously thinking about HHC 2016
dramsey at neko.com
Sat Aug 20 18:54:02 MDT 2016
Since we will have some of the original 9825 engineers there, I was planning on bringing a 9825T and 8” floppy drives, both professionally restored. However, giving a talk on them seemed superfluous. Perhaps one of the HP guys can use them in demos or something.
> On Aug 20, 2016, at 4:33 PM, Richard J. Nelson <rjnelsoncf at cox.net> wrote:
> Hello HHCers,
> The Conference is shaping up very well. A broad range of topics will be discussed and of course the latest news in the HP community will be shared.
> If you are listed as a speaker on the registration list (http://hhuc.us/2016/reglist.htm) I hope you are seriously putting the final touches on your presentation. I also hope you will soon change TBD & TBA to a subject title.
> We will use a Thumb Drive again this year so anything you feel is timely and HP calculator related could be added. We will have a thumb drive copying session at the hotel on Friday. Send me your material and don’t expect to add it at the last minute. I will prepare a master.
> We will be a guest at HP this year and Conference room and food preparations are underway. If you plan on attending PLEASE add your name to the HHC website list. Email Joseph at: joseph.k.horn at gmail.com and/or complete the registration form at:
> http://hhuc.us/2016/register.htm That list will be used for HP Security to prepare a badge to enter the facilities.
> If you have not attended an HHC recently you should consider attending. Our group is getting close to the inefficient size for reasonable costs, and I am certainly “getting old” according to most people. One aspect of being ten retired retired is that you have every dime you will spend for the rest of your life in your hand, and inflation steals an extra few percent each year so . . .
> The HHC 2016 theme is: <image002.png> and there will be some great HP Prime presentations as well as an update on other HP community projects.
> Speaking of Prime, here is a TI Planet evaluation. Note the second last entry. Who has the highest score? I don’t know what the coefficients “machine” is. X1 points?
> I hope to see you in Ft. Collins in 4 weeks (28 days, 672 hours). Stay tuned.
> X < > Y,
> P.S. For those active on the HP Museum website you might pass this information along.
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